Farm, French Heritage monument to Mackenheim
Bordering an open courtyard, the logis is masonry coated and has a partial basement, of a ground floor with perron, a square floor. A long Allen and hilltops roof covers, rump on street. The ground floor and the square floor bays are equipped with sandstone frames. Those higher level differ in appearance and appear later. The closing has kept walls of pedestrian and carriage doors sandstone amortization bulbous. It seems that this construction took over a former Fund with a slightly different layout. According to the owner of the premises this logis would have been built in 1850 by the same family and at the same time as the No. 1. The only material evidence of the existence of a previous farm could be provided by pedestrian and carriage doors jambs in the wall. The floor was probably the subject changes at the end of the 19th century or in the first half of the 20th century.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Farm, Bordering an open courtyard, the logis is masonry coated and has a partial basement, of a ground floor with perron, a square floor. A long Allen and hilltops (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Mackenheim mackenheim, bas rhin
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