The house that can be currently found does not correspond to the one inhabited by the poet, although its location does. The two-storey façade is divided by a cornice, while the lower part has two openings: the linteled door and a window. Both are framed by a small moulding on corbels.
On the upper part there are two curved ironwork clasps with a garland of flowers.
A plaque commemorating the poet's birth in 1836 is inserted in the centre of the composition. Only the late 19th century façade has been preserved.