Former home of the 15th century, in the eve Chinon, Upper St. Maurice Street house with a courtyard overlooking the castle of Chinon. The house has a large living room to relax, read or play board games, a courtyard in quiet fountain for breakfast. Since the Middle Ages, nobles and royal officials are building large stone house below the fortress. The mansions of the 15th century are characterized by L-shaped plan around a courtyard opening onto the street, their staircase housed in a turret protruding at the corner of buildings. We find beautiful examples street and place Saint-Maurice. In the 16th century, medieval mansions are remodeled in Renaissance style: the stairs are included within buildings, while corbelled turrets appear on the facades. Window frames and skylights are adorned with pilasters and pediments. It is still on the high street, to the west (Voltaire or Rue Haute Saint-Maurice) that we find the best examples: Control of Water and Forests, the hotel Bodard Jacopière, Poirier Beauvais hotel. the 17th -18e centuries, built mansions are remarkable for maximizing windows, the appearance of wrought iron balconies, the great stairs of honor of the Governor hotel, Torterue hotel Langardière.