Farm, French Heritage monument to Mars
Farm building separated arranged in L. The walls of the House and the barn are squared granite rubble, the framing of openings and chains of corner stone of granite, long half-timbered roofs are covered with slate. The bread oven and are granite rubble, shed covered with slate roofs. The House is three bays and three levels
* It comprises a ground floor, a square floor accessible by an outside distribution staircase built against the left side elevation, a peak in addition with in the left corner a loft three boulins and flight table. The barn has two levels: the barn is on the basement floor, the barn on the ground floor accessible raised by a full-foot opening in the gable wall. The lean-to building that connects the Gables of the two buildings (homes and barn) includes a partially buried basement and a ground floor
* This building serves as the accessible cave from the inside of the House, above is accessible from the outside. The bread oven is isolated in the Court. The source and fountain are nearby. The hamlet of Bouchet is mentioned on the Cassini map. This door farm the date 1763 in re-use on the lintel of the pedestrian door of the corps de logis. The cadastral map of 1836 shows a building of rectangular plan with a step in the middle of plot (mounted barn?). It was after that date that the 18th-century farmhouse was rebuilt on a regular plan l. Slate roofs are being restored.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
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