This building, dating back to the 18th century and also known as Casa do Cimo da Vila (House of the Top of the Village), has a chapel with great masonry on the windows, doors and cornices. In its interior, the baroque and rococo tiles of the palace area and, in the main chapel, the tiles and carvings of the epoch of Dom João stand out.
This large manor has two floors. The upper floor is the noble floor due to the riches of the windows and balconies. On the entrance there is na interrupted fronton with two volutes and a niche with a segmental arch.
Saint John's chapel used to stand here but, as the village grew larger, it was moved to the Largo da Carvalha Cimeira. This tower, where the popular parties in August take place, was built as a tribut to the ancient chapel.
This manor, dating back to the 18th century, has a symmetric façade and five windows in the upper floor and, in the lower floor, two windows that side the door, above which there is tha royal family's coat of arms.
In this 2 floors building, the interior stairway and the neoclassic tiles that ornament the forecourt stand out. The upper floor is more noble for its decorative riches. It has an outstanding iron balcony that ends in a curved fronton with a coat of arms above the main entrance.
This building was built in the 19th century by the Counselor Dr. José Maria de Sousa Macedo. It had different owners until, in 1989, it bacame a bank. It has a rectangular plan, with two floors, a mansard and symmetrical façades. The main façade has a more elaborated ornamention, of vegetalist Art Nouveau. Tha mansard has spans that are circular for the most part in contrast with the square lines of the other two floors.