The Gothic House (or Maison Perrault)
This elegant home of the thirteenth century has many characteristics of a religious nature. Above the stone steps the front door, arched, is accompanied on the first floor windows of three graceful columns carved between the arches sheltering beautiful trefoil openings.
It seems that this house that the Count of Vendome and lord of Lavardin since 1365 gave to the chamoine of St. Georges de Vendome. This then explains the religious character of the building.
This is private property.