A gorgeous village house situated down a small side street in the traditional village of Thalames.
An iron gate takes you directly into the garden area which is like an oasis of calm with lots of seating areas, a grape vine trailing over the trellis, a large fig tree and plants and shrubs. It is so tranguil that you just want to sit and enjoy it forever.
On this level there is a large kamara area with one side being used as a bedroom with steps leading up to the main living area and the other side, which is separated by doors is being used as a storage area and there is also a toilet and wash hand basin here. There is a log burner in the bedroom area making it very, very cosy.
Outside there is another room which is currently made as a small church and it is absolutely fabulous. However, this of course could be changed into a second bedroom.
They are both covered by a wooden pergola.
To access the upper living area from the outside there are stone steps that lead directly into a sitting room. It is very pretty. From here you go into a good sized kitchen which has a marble sink and the shower room where the washing machine is housed is to the left.
To the right there is a large room, currently used as a bedroom, which could be the main living area and there are doors to the balcony which gives fantastic unobstructed views down to the sea.
This is a large and unusual house which was built approximately 100 years ago but which has been updated with aluminium doors and windows, with fly screens and air conditioning units.
There is a stone storage shed in the garden to keep your garden tools.