The House

The house is a traditional 3-storey building with thick stone walls. It is is situated very close to the centre, in one of the oldest streets. About 50m down the street is the Boulangerie for fresh bread and croissants. The Grocer, Post-office, Chemist, Café and Church are not much further. The back of the house looks out over orchards and vineyards towards the étang and the sea. 100m walk the other way down the road brings you into vineyards and 10 minutes walk takes you to the edge of the étang.



The ground floor consists of an entrance hall and a large garage. The garage has space for 2 cars although there is also plenty of parking space at the end of the street (because of cars parked in the narrow street, driving in or out of the garage sometimes requires knocking on a neighbour's door). The garage is ideal for keeping motorbikes, bicycles, beach equipment, etc.

On the ground floor there is also the washing machine and a toilet.



The first floor is tiled throughout in traditional style. The ceilings retain the old wood beams, and part of the original stone wall has been exposed in the living room. At the front of the house are the kitchen and dining area, which look out over the street. The whole of the back of the house is a vast living area with two french doors opening onto the large terrace (about 35 m2, 400 sq. ft) which has a view over orchards and vineyards towards the étang and the sea. The terrace is equipped for barbecues and eating outdoors. On this floor there is also the main bathroom with bath and shower facilities, a shower room with hand basin, and a separate toilet.



On the second floor are 4 bedrooms. The original floorboards have been varnished, the high ceilings retain the wood beams, and the old stone walls are whitewashed. There are 2 large bedrooms each with a double bed, and 2 smaller bedrooms with 2 single beds in each.


kitchen, dining, living, terrace, large bedrooms, twin bedrooms

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