Great views, in a charming stone house with a good sized garden that from the exterior appears to be many centuries old but the interior is very modern filled with original art, ground floor geo-thermal heating, wifi, bluetooth, jacuzzi bath, Italian showers and a kitchen installed in 2015. All in the charming historic village of Lagrand, situated in the Parc Naturel des Baronnies Provencales.
The upper floor is in the style of a loft with good light and the kitchen, dining room and lounge all connected and open plan as well as the mezzanine floor. The sofa in the lounge is a convertible double bed, if needed. There is also an operating open fire but this is more for the look and feel on cold winter nights, the whole house is heated by floor heating.
The lower floor has 4 separate rooms, the main bedroom has ancient valuted ceilings, a queen size double bed and a separate ensuite bathroom with both a jacuzzi bath and Italian shower. The second bedroom has one bunk bed and an extra single bed that can be added if required, as well as an ensuite Italian shower and toilet. Finally there is a separate toilet for visitors. The lower floor is darker and has the great advantage in summer of being naturally cool, while in winter with the floor heating means you are comfortable.
The garden is a good size with a large table, barbeque, plancha, wood fired pizza oven, well stocked herb garden, a 40 year old cherry tree that gives welcome natural shade in summer and 4 hammocks and many hammock crochets.
The whole house and all the garden. We provide bed linen, towels and tea towels as well as a few basic products to help you avoid going to the shops immediately you arrive.
Interaction with guests
I will be able to help directly or through one of my neighbours
Other things to note
The starirs between the lower and upper floor are steeper than normal stairs, and there is a short section where most adults will have to duck their heads, These are not stairs for people in poor health or unstable on their feet.
- Respect for our neighbours in the village, so no late night groups in the garden
An ex resident of Paris in finance IT who moved all his family here for quality of life reasons, the beautiful nature around us and the 300 days of sunshine per annum.
I am Scots, my wife is French who also speaks Spanish and we have three bilingual children of 8, 7 and 6