FIRST A CASTLE, THE BUILDING WAS CONVERTED INTO A FLAMBOYANT GOTHIC MANSION IN THE THE 16TH CENTURY
Constructed in a flamboyant Gothic style, it is contemporary of the Law Court and the hôtel de Bourgtheroulde in Rouen and as old as the Château de Clères. The building consists of two dwellings built from layers of bricks and stones and joined together by a magnificent stone staircase dating from the first Renaissance. The château is listed as a monument historique in the Historical Monuments File of the French Ministry of Culture. Of the medieval construction, only the cellar, the castle wall and the guard house dating from 1350 remain.