Lop-sided and bulging in places, this 16C half-timbered house, whose pillars feature sculpted figures, is believed to take its name from the apple tree which seems to prop up the corner turret and which was once flanked by two statues of Adam and Eve. However, its 18C owner was called Michel Adam - an amazing coincidence! Today the five-storey house is home to a craft workshop.
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