House villa Pierre Lescot, then Marcotte, French Heritage monument to Lion sur mer
Small house belonging to the Breton tale in the middle of the century. It is shared between Pierre Aimé Etienne, wine merchant to Caen, and François Le Gouve, Caen, then Léon Florentine Marcotte, architect at Caen, enlarged in 1860, property of the single Marcotte in 1875 and enlarged in 1883. The letter A is still readable at the top of the facade. Common wear M and the date 1888. Inside, 4 rooms retain a setting of time, paneling, canvas and ceiling painted box, 2 fireplaces (one dated 1885), wooden 4 allegorical figures signed P. Hucrel and dated 1888 in a room. The monograms AE and LM appear inside each in one half of the building. The ground across the street to the sea was a garden. Everything is sold to 1905 at Galpin, Deputy of the Sarthe. The wall supporting the closing grid was significantly decreased height after ownership in City Hall in 1936
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Crédit photo : Pascal-Jean Rebillat Photographies (House villa Pierre Lescot, then Marcotte, lion sur mer)
House villa Pierre Lescot, then Marcotte, Small house belonging to the Breton tale in the middle of the century. It is shared between Pierre Aimé Etienne, wine merchant to Caen, and François Le Gouve, (...) House villa Pierre Lescot, then Marcotte, French Heritage monument to Lion sur mer lion sur mer, calvados
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