In the urban centre of the city of Vic, in the region of Osona, specifically in the Gurb Street, 51, we can observe an eclectic style building.
This street arose during the 18th century, with the urban growth of the city of Vic. The building located in the Gurb Street, 51, was probably built during the eighteenth century, although the current building is of a reform of 1890.
This house consists of a ground floor and three upper floors. The whole building follows a central symmetrical axis. The most characteristic feature of this building is the empty niche on the first floor. We can also notice the wrought iron elements on the railings of the balconies, as well as the stucco that imitates crushed stone, and the beam necks with glazed ceramics.