Casa de Jáuregui House
Located in the historic quarter of Bergara. The house has a trapezoidal plan which consists in a ground floor on four levels with a saddle roof. The facade that leads onto the Bidekurutzeta street is noteworthy, with small ashlar masonry on the ground floor and three semicircular spaces.The main floor has two flat windows and one bas-relief covering the wall and representing hunting scenes.On the ground floor there is the coat of arms, adorned with two griffins. The upper section bears a legend: “Dominus adjuntor mini non timebo”.It is currently occupied by private dwellings.
- Construction: Stately or noble house
- Artistic period: Gothic
- Historic period: 15th century
- Setting: Plaza de San Martín de Aguirre.