The tracks of the Middle Ages are district of Bouffay
In spite of the plethora of 18th and 19th century houses, there do remain wooden-fronted stone houses in the medieval quarter.
Place du Change, "the Apothecary's House". A timber-framed construction with three-storeys of decorative corbels topped by a slate-covered gable. Wooden beams and statuettes on its facade. These days it houses a restaurant.
rue de la Baclerie n°8
rue Bossuet n°5 and 6
rue des Carmes n°19 and 21
rue de la Juiverie n°7
rue St Pierre n°15
rue Fenelon n°3
rue des Carmélites n°16
rue St Pierre n°1
rue St Jean : the hotel Saint-Aignan has a highly decorative facade
When going around the cathedral via l’impasse Saint-Laurent you will come across the charming Psalette; a square used for choir practice built around a former 15th century mansion.