Crossing this village, parallel to the course of the Ill, allows you to discover a unique architectural ensemble dating mainly from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries.
Grentzingen is a very beautiful flowered village awarded with a label of three flowers. We advise you to stroll through the streets of the village to admire these half-timbered houses, well renovated, of various ages and techniques, starting with the main street of the railway to the rue de Willer which surrounds the church. , without forgetting the rue de Ruederbach.
For a short period from 1798 to 1804, the neighboring villages of Grentzingen and Ruederbach had at least five carpenters. Their constructions were conceived in the spirit of the rural architecture of the XNUMXth century, with autonomous framework for each level of dwelling and wood arranged symmetrically. The half-timbered house was traditionally considered to be movable property, because it was pegged, therefore removable and reassembled at another location.