La Casa Blanca

Old print of the White House and its garden in the first third of the 20th century. Image: Municipal archive of Medio Cudeyo.

The White House was the main residence of Ramón Pelayo de la Torriente. Its location, on top of a hill, means that it has unbeatable views of the towns of Valdecilla, Solares, and Ceceñas. The building has three floors, the main one having a wide gallery with views of the entire north slope of the estate.

Surrounded by a well-kept garden, the Casa Blanca is a museum that summarizes the entire life path of the Marqués de Valdecilla, from his origins and his professional career at the head of the Rosario Sugar Mill in Aguacate, Cuba, to the mark he left in Spain upon his return. .