The house was built in 1832. It remained in the state, despite the presence of the owners until 2002 then discovered a bread oven and a granite basin.
Go to the court of the Tourist Office. Wearing of the mask requested
The visit allows you to discover the old village (the cross St Mark, the galleries of the old houses) - The farmhouse in Isidore, authentic house with the entrance, called "la Cortonne" which takes us to the "peille" (common room), then to the "dzan" (kitchen) where the monumental "beurne" (pyramidal chimney, 8m50 high, used to smoke pigtails).
The "boeu à les gens" (main room occupied in the winter by the family), and the "boeu de lé" (stable). An avant-garde house, since the "cacati" (WC) was already attached to the house. During our little walk, we will discover the outbuildings of the farms; bread oven, pool, attic.