Hôtel de Rozel
This seventeenth and eighteenth century mansion is in the old Méjan quarter, whose administrative and legal vocation started in the fifteenth century.
The street façade is regular, with a luxurious entrance framed with sunk draft stone masonry and topped by a medallion. Large consoles support an ironwork balcony. The courtyard façades punctuated at ground floor level by low arches are very regular. A door flanked by columns with Corinthian capitals leads to the staircase.