Building with apartment on the 1st floor, above a cellar or a stable, accessible via an external staircase modern * a wooden Gallery above the House on two levels * a head of wall indicates a part in pan-de-bois extirpated. Secondary slot perpendicular to the slope, on the ground floor, with floor of basement and packed. The site, on a spur at the confluence of the Rozeri and Lacenne streams, seems busy since at least the high middle ages (sarcophagus). The existence of multiple logis of the 14th, 15th centuries reflects habitat in hamlet. One of the logis is an easy, stone, with housing to the floor accessible by a door pads and wooden Gallery * a 2nd home has a basement cellar and a half cross to drip edge curved. They have been redesigned and equipped with new openings at the end of the 18th or 19th century. The dependencies and Dovecote grange barn, probably date from the meeting in a single property at the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century (restored, with a half cross in reinvestment in the loft). The other buildings of the gap on the old cadastral maps have disappeared or have been heavily reworked.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Farm, Building with apartment on the 1st floor, above a cellar or a stable, accessible via an external staircase modern; a wooden Gallery above the House on two (...) Farm, French Heritage monument to Sembassembas, lot et garonne
source of information: database Mérimée and contributions of Internet users. Images shared by the contributors of the site are provided only that they are the owners of the photo. In case of violation of copyright, thank you for contacting us.