As shows an edict of the year 936 promulgated by Emperor Otto I, the existence of a presbytery in Saint-Mard assuredly dates from centuries ago. The former presbytery was located on seigniorial land opposite the chapel of the castle which has since disappeared. The presbytery was destroyed in 1744 and rebuilt on the very same spot thanks to donations from the Ladies de Laittres. The lintels of the main door and of the enclosure gate respectively show the dates of 1744 and 1750. During the French Revolution, the presbytery was sequestered but not transferred.
The site comprises a long building between farming annexes (a stable and a barn), an enclosed garden and a small front yard. The building was restored in 1926 and listed in 1988.