In the nineteenth century the property falls into the hands of Doña Manuela Fdez. De Santillán i Valdivia (Marquesa de la Motilla and Valencina, Countess of Torralba and House Alegre), niece of the Earl of Torralba. She married a military man of the Order of Santiago, D. Antonio Desmassiéres. They had two Fernando and Miguel Angel Fdez Santillan Desmassiéres and children. It was in 1878 when Michelangelo Desmassiéres sells Tower Veguer Don Josep Ferrer i Vidal.
Josep Ferrer Vidal, born in Vilanova, modest family. He is interested in studying oenology in Bordeaux various studies. Textile subsequently founded the company “Gumá and Ferrer,” which later becomes “José Ferrer y Cia”. Build factory sea in the Rambla de Vilanova. It was truly innovative technology in spinning and weaving cotton. Together with its in-law Antonio Lopez y Lopez (Marqués de Comillas), founded the Transmediterránea, Philippines Tobacco, Banco Mercantil, La Hispano Colonial and Northwestern Railroad.
In 1880 he was appointed president of the Savings Bank of Barcelona and President of the Employers Fomento del Trabajo Nacional. It was politician “Lliga Catalanista” and great defender of protectionism. Also Senator of the kingdom. At his death in 1904, King Alfonso XII, joined their children the surname Ferrer-Vidal, who was ennobled in the firstborn as “Marqués de Ferrer-Vidal”. His sons Luis and Juan inherit: the Torre d’Enveja and La Cuadra Descortey (in this order).
Luis Ferrer-Vidal Soler, was also president of Fomento del Trabajo Nacional (1901-1905) and chaired the Caixa de Pensions since its founding in 1903.