Manor house, French Heritage monument to Bourdeilles
Rectangular mansion built mainly in stone. The eastern part of the facade, consisting of two square storeys, two canned berries from the 16th century (tie and braces) under which a gunboat is pierced. The western part of this same facade, still with a chimney of the 17th century, is composed of a square floor and likely revamped extra. A square Dovecote borders the Manor on the eastern side. Former noble Lair of the Meyjounissas and the La Faye, this manor probably was built in the 16th century and completed in the following century. It is attested in 1618.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Manor house, Rectangular mansion built mainly in stone. The eastern part of the facade, consisting of two square storeys, two canned berries from the 16th century (tie and (...) Manor house, French Heritage monument to Bourdeillesbourdeilles, dordogne
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