Lerpa [Lerpa]

Plotta Péater (Peratoner) House

Lerpa Village - slopes overlooking the historical center (No. 225)

Class Type A.2cc-El(E)

Date: second quarter of 19th century

Catalog 1.04

Built in the second quarter of the 19th century, the Peratoner house is a rare example of a Sappada traditional wooden house, with the central corridor crossing it along the North-South axis rather than the East-West, as customary. To reach the front door, instead of the external stairway found in the similar s'Nènderlan house (Hoffe, cat. 8.10), here there is a ground-level balcony, slightly higher than the level of the front lawn.

On the second floor, the façade is entirely traversed by a balcony running on the Western side, while the Eastern was subject, between the 1800's and 1900's, to a masonry expansion.