La Mansion de Jeanne-The oldest house in France. It was built 700 years ago. The ground floor is a little smaller than the top, because the tax was paid for the occupied land

Discover this intriguing and charming house in the streets of the medieval town of Sévérac-le-Château!

Web star in 2017, Maison de Jeanne is renowned for being one of the oldest houses in the Aveyron department.

Dating from the 14th century, it occupies number 10 rue de Belvezet, at the corner of Passage de l’Hospice.

It is renowned for being one of the oldest houses in the Aveyron department.

Note in particular its half-timbering and its partly cob walls, its entrance accessible by a few steps and sheltered under an overhang of the upper floor, its corbels on both levels, the small dimensions of its openings, notably an oval (south wall) and a mullioned one (north wall).

Jeanne’s house hosts medieval events in July and August.

It opens its doors to you on this occasion.

In May 2017, an American tourist posted a photo of the house on social media.

The photo was then relayed more than 1.7 million times in 2 days: since then, Maison de Jeanne has created a buzz around the world!

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