House Timol included in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments September 11, 1990.
This house was built between 1776 and 1805 by Genevieve Pradeau, Sicre widow who built the central part of the house topped by a hipped roof.
Notarial deeds relating to this building in 1805 indicate the set is acquired by Joseph Fin.
Timol The house is built in the center of the property is accessible by a bar punctuated by basalt pillars.Made of wood on a stone base plastered with lime and sand.
The house is typical of Creole architecture, a front body ceremonial front and rear shed were added later.Adjustments in the second half of the 20th century have somewhat altered the original configuration.
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