The farm house is the main building of the rural heritage and is still currently the family house. This architectural ensemble includes a chapel, a cottage, a wine warehouse and mill, a woodshed, and an outbuilding. It is surrounded by vineyards and olive trees, thus creating a unique setting. This house establishes the foundation of the primogeniture in the seventeenth century and the first Cheires settlement. In recent years the cottage and chapel were recovered and, in the future, this complex may include the construction of a rural hotel, fully integrated in a wider project within the family heritage.