historic house is rented in the village of San José (San Juan de la Rambla) in Tenerife. The house has two floors, taking the top: the kitchen, the living room, a bathroom and the master bedroom. The bottom has a lounge, a bathroom and a room with two single beds. It also has a roof.
The house is a building dating from about the last third of the nineteenth century, as indicated by documentary evidence in the form of inscription is preserved in one of the old cabinets of the house. Certainly, it has more than a century old, one of the few houses in the neighborhood that can boast of this chronology.
It is a good example of rural domestic architecture, on two floors, with wooden floor on top, inside and outside wooden deck Arab-tile roof. The walls are of masonry, stone and clay, typical of traditional Canarian architecture.
Inside the cupboards and wardrobes characteristic of the houses of that time are preserved, as well as typical semicircular seats attached to the windows, so common in traditional Canarian houses. As for the furniture themselves, some are contemporaries of the same house and are good woodworking craft shows of the time so perfectly harmonizes the whole.
Accordingly, the House-Ruiz is not only private property of the owner family, but the whole neighborhood, but could say that part of its history. Let us not forget the importance of traditional architecture to the identity of the peoples