Case a graticcio is an early-15th century half-timbered house situated in the iconic city of Troyes, France. It is the last remaining example of its kind in the city and is classified as a Monument historique. It is thought to have been built in the early 1400s and is a great example of the domestic architecture of the time. Characterised by its steeply pitched roof, thick walls and pointed arched openings, the house has a distinctively Gothic look. In addition to its historical significance, Case a graticcio is also an important architectural attraction, making it a draw for visitors interested in the city's architectural heritage. The house was the recipient of a complete restoration in the early 2000s, so visitors can now enjoy it in all its glory and explore its unique character and historic atmosphere.