Beautiful typical 16th-17th century house with blue shutters, with its outbuildings on the left. On these, the leftmost barn with its wooden lintel, typical of the houses on the Langres plateau, offers on the right-hand side a reused sink stone with its clearly visible drain. To its right is a small curved door typical of this period, which replaced a shed at the entrance once covered by a wooden lintel that remained in place.
The house behind the large cross with its blue shutters is even more characteristic of the late 16th century, with its street gable and a storey level that reflect urban characteristics that can also be found in Montsaugeon. With its perfectly superimposed twin windows on the ground floor and first floor, it offers a layout typical of this period, further enhanced by the projection of the moulded shelf on the first floor. On the right, we can see the stairs of a cellar entrance with projections, protected in modern times by a stone aedicula that replaced a domestic oven projecting onto the street and now destroyed, the opening of which can still be seen just above this staircase.
- To discover
Private site : outdoor view of the property
- No admission charge.