Farm house-block. The walls are built of basalt rubble and frames of openings are in granite * presence of sections of columnar basalt in the main elevation of the barn and the bakery. The House and the barn, under the same roof, are built on steep land: the barn, basement floor, the barn and the House in ground floor, overlooking the main elevation facing East. The bakery on the ground floor holds a bunch of load Vault. Before the farm remains a walled garden and a trough. The Cassini map  mentions a hamlet at a place called Hugons. This farm is represented on the cadastre of 1836 according to an L-shaped plan which it is currently only a long building covered with a roof of slate from the quarries of the Mont Signon (Haute-Loire). The bakery, built in sections of columnar basalt extracted near the farm, leans against the barn. The former logis, la bergerie, the trough and covered well are ruined.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Farm, Farm house-block. The walls are built of basalt rubble and frames of openings are in granite; presence of sections of columnar basalt in the main elevation of (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Marsmars, ardeche
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