This Mosan-style house, built in the second half of the 17th century in brick and limestone, underwent major alterations at the end of the 19th century. The aim of these works was to regain the alignment of the street level of the ground floor by adding a new masonry façade, with three windows and a door. Bringing the ground floor forward is compensated for above by adding a narrow neo-Renaissance balcony. Virtually the entire width of the upper floor was formerly taken up by four contiguous casement windows, which were walled up on two occasions. The mullioned windows of the floor above met a similar fate in the same places. The building has a slate roof. The windows in the rear façade have also been altered, as has the ground floor on to which a low perpendicular structure has been added.
Building listed on 23rd September 1988