Living room with sofa, dining table and chairs, wood burning stove and fireplace. TV, Wi-Fi internet, and CD player. French door to the front terrace.
Kitchen with contemporary fitted units including oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer. Door to terrace.
Bedroom 1 - King-sized double bed and fitted wardrobes. wash hand basin, and washing machine. French doors to the terrace.
Separate WC and wash hand basin
Stairs to upper floor
Bedroom 2 - king-sized double bed and fitted wardrobes
Bedroom 3 - two single beds
Family bathroom with shower, toilet and wash hand basin
1.5 acres of land with garden and south facing views, giving privacy and tranquility
South facing front terrace with table and chairs
Covered terrace with table and chairs and fridge for cold drinks
Private heated pool 10 x 4m, salt system, with surrounding terrace. Fence and alarm. Sun loungers and large umbrella.
Private drive and parking.
La Laurencie is located near a small hamlet only 5 miles from Monpazier, one of France's most beautiful villages, a Bastide village in the Dordogne with history going back to the 13th century. It boasts one of the most beautifully maintained market squares in which there are cafés, bakeries, restaurants, shops and lots of markets and events.
The property is only 35 minutes from Bergerac airport and approximately 2 hours from Bordeaux and Toulouse airports. There are also train stations close by. It is about 7 hours drive from Caen, 6 hours from Paris, 8 hours from Calais.
Monpazier is in the southern Dordogne, a region famous for its food, wine, caves, rivers and scenery. It is rightly well known as one of the most beautiful in France, enhanced by its medieval bastide towns and villages and fairytale châteaux rising from the mist of the River Dordogne.
There are many interesting towns and villages to visit - Beaumont, Issigeac, Villereal, Monflanquin, St Avit Senieur, Belves, Cadouin and of course Bergerac itself - all within each reach for day trips, either by car or on bikes! A little further away are Sarlat, Cahors, Perigueux, Villeneuve sur Lot, Eymet and Duras.
The area is wonderfully equipped for outdoor activities - walking, cycling, horse riding, canoeing and golf. Or for those a bit less sporty, there are vineyards and wine tours, châteaux, pre-historic caves including the world famous Lascaux and gourmet restaurants to visit and enjoy.