Mansion said hotel Merigat or Roumailhac Castle and Nanchapt mansion, French Heritage monument to La tour blanche
Located on the former site of God-market on the outskirts of the White Tower, this particular hotel has two corps de logis at right angles, brought together by an octagonal tower with a spiral staircase. The Tower has a gate from the 16th century beautiful execution, including monolith, carved lintel ogee and flanked by two pinnacles, is decorated with rounded and completed by a plant jewel hooks. The oriental House consists of a ground floor, a square floor and a floor of height
* long panels roof is pierced with a large skylight mullioned, today almost filled, required a triangular pediment and sculptures. Other animal representations are gargoyles on the southern Gable. The North building is completed South-West by a small lower wing which originally was a chapel. This addition has been transformed into housing at the beginning of the 20th century and to close the Courtyard by extending the porch. In the courtyard, a gallery in front of the North Wing is worn by round batteries collected by three arches. The exterior of this wing, overlooking the square, was pierced by revised mullioned Windows, the roof long half-timbered being punctuated by Dormer Windows with triangular pediments, which one is in a cartridge the date 1617. This façade is extended by a turret square at the north end. Mansion completed in 1617 by Louis Mérigat, Lord of Beaulieu. He was also the property of Jean Carrier, Lord of Nancre, Advisor and Secretary of the King at the end of the 17th century. By his marriage, his daughter brought home and its dependencies to her husband, whose son was Lord of Nanchapt. It is at the end of the 19th century a certain Roumailhac buys the mansion, and was the owner a 30 years. This House Renaissance was called 'House of the market God' as early as the 17th century, as located near the Hall and the square of the same name. Construction probably began during the 16th century to extend until the beginning of the 17th century. No transformation is noticeable between 1617 and the end of the 19th century.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Mansion said hotel Merigat or Roumailhac Castle and Nanchapt mansion, Located on the former site of God-market on the outskirts of the White Tower, this particular hotel has two corps de logis at right angles, brought together by (...) Mansion said hotel Merigat or Roumailhac Castle and Nanchapt mansion, French Heritage monument to La tour blanche la tour blanche, dordogne
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