The Hospice in Beaune was built in 1443 as a charity hospital -- the only place the poor could find up-to-date medical care. The original endowment by a high official of the Burgundian court included enough producing land to ensure its perpetual operation.
The treatment provided in this state-of-the-art facility was so good even rich people sought medical care here, although moderns would probably be horrified by the 'operations' performed.
The roof is classic Burgundian: different-colored roof tiles arranged to form repeating patterns. The architecture is half-timbered, something you see quite often in those parts of France formerly held by the English (or, more precisely, the Normans).