Revilla Cabriada is a small and quiet village located in the valley of Arlanza, very close to Lerma. The house is a new building, but without losing the charm of the traditional houses.
The name of the rural house, Capriata, refers to its Latin origin, place where goats abound, which would later derive in Cabriada.
The town has a Romanesque church, from the 12th century. Stresses its Romanesque cover and inside the Altarpiece of the Christ of the Good Temporary. The patron saint of the town is Santa Elena.
The house is located in the town square. It is new construction and is made of stone by stonemasons in the area. It consists of two floors plus the attic and has several kitchens for more independence.