5. Two-Bay House
Built in the 13th century
Vicarage "St. Johannes Evangelist and
St.Catharina". In 1609 the two bay
windows were added to the gothic
The building’s name goes back to the annex of the two bays to the gothic semi-detached house in 1609. The main building, with the crow-stepped gable, belongs to the semi-detached house from the 13th century, whose other half is the "gothic house". The two-bay house used to be a canon's house and, following its secularisation in 1802, was sold from French governmental-owned property to private ownership.