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Manor of La Haulle

Opposite the church


An example of Norman architecture with its half-timbering, Caen stone or travertine, the Manoir de la Haulle (private property) was built as a small fiefdom under the Ancien Régime in the XNUMXth century. Its arched porch of bricks and stones (cut at a particular angle that block each other) from the XNUMXth century opens onto a passage with a carriage door (two-leaf door, wide enough to allow loaded carts to pass), and two smaller pedestrian openings. Two half-timbered buildings stretch out on either side.