Also known as the Immaculate Mary Chapel, it’s a small modest building with a simple look on the outside, adjacent on both sides to other homes in the street. The facade ends in a tiled eave over which a wide bell gable rises that occupies the entire width, with a small hole for the bell. The entrance door is a semi-circle and there’s a rectangular window with bars over it.
It was used as a charity hospital for a long time, later abandoned and then eventually used as a warehouse. It was restored between 1980 and 1981.