Château-ferme de Thon – private property
Opposite the church, the château developed in the 16th and 17th centuries from a medieval dungeon and is the former seat of a manorial lordship recorded since the 14th century.
This vast whitewashed estate in limestone rubble masonry is based around its courtyard. Over the centuries, it has undergone several redevelopments to obtain its current appearance. At the corner of the two houses is a square staircase turret with arrow slits. South of the château is a 17th-century farmhouse renovated and extended two centuries later.