Hameret farm, French Heritage monument to Ostel
Situated one kilometre north-west of the village, on the edge of the plateau, the farm is built at the edge of the main road from vailly in Pargny-Filain. The logis is located perpendicular to taxiway. Entirely built in rubble blocking, it is equipped with a floor in addition and a full House at addition. Side elevation pediments gear-shaped alive long pans and demi-croupes slate roof. Three workers houses complete the architectural ensemble. Located 100 metres from the House, on the road leading to Aizy-Jouy, are arranged parallel to each other. Four spans long, they are high in rubble blocking. The cornice is the sprockets are in brick. Long hex and demi-croupes roof is covered in Slate. A frieze of brick arranged in opus spicatum stresses the berries. The creuttes, located at the rear of these houses serve as place of storage. From the oral tradition, the farm was in 1914 the location of the current worker houses. The creuttes, located under the House at no. 2 Street, were used as shelter by the Germans during the first world war. They were gained by the 127th French Infantry Division on April 20, 1917. Completely destroyed during the conflicts, the farm was rebuilt in the same location. The operation of the quarry was assured in 1936, by some 30 workers
* they mined in and very hard stone which allowed the construction of the Basilica of Lisieux.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
(Hameret farm, ostel)
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