It is a house built in the Middle Ages by a wealthy Cordian family. It is one of the buildings that have earned the village of Cordes-sur-Ciel the nickname of the "city of hundred warheads" for its large proportion of Gothic civil buildings.
Like any Gothic house, it has three floors.
On the ground floor, it is open on five arches ogive. On the first floor, the bays are divided into two groups of two pairs. Those of the second stage are arranged in the same way, aligned with those of the first stage.
The capitals are decorated in a very varied way: vine leaves, acanthus, campanula, animals: cats and a human head.
The bays on the first floor had been destroyed to be replaced by conventional windows, but a restoration has restored to the house ogive twin openings
My castle is visitable
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