The former mansion was built in the seventeenth century for Mr.Enoch de Virey, who was Mayor of Chalon sur Saône. It has an original brick and stone facade.
The building was doubled in depth in the nineteenth century for new uses and new decors specific to a place of power and a major administrative center.To be noted : Visits at 14:00, 15:00, 16:00 and 17:00
About the venue
Become seat(siege) of under prefecture in the middle of the XIXth century, the mansion built for Mr Enoch de Virey in the XVIIth century is visible not very ordinarily since the street Its change of status brought new uses(practices), appropriate(peculiar) to a place of power and in a major administrative centre. Listed(Classified) partly Historical monument, by the facade and the roofing.