The original construction of the house is brick, mixed with touches of hand-carved woods and fine iron work made by the best craftsmen of the time. The main facade has stone veneer and the front yard can be found twisted columns. In the reception area and lobby, as well as in the dining room you can see the mahogany beams and corbels carved entirely by hand, like the frames of each arc that separates these rooms and the doors of the main facade. The railing of the stands are made of iron, hand forged. On the upper floor of the house the floors are totally christopher wood, and cupboard doors carved by hand. The railings of the balconies, three in all, were worked entirely in iron with fine finishes. In the rear area are three new levels that maintain the style of the time. In Hall's first level is accurately reproduced to original columns to form the arches characteristic of this construction.