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Houses of Character
San Lawrenz
1,200
*monthly
020656

Houses of Character

San Lawrenz

Available

020656




1,200

*monthly

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Delightful traditional farmhouse recently converted, located in an alley within a residential area within walking distance to grocery shops, restaurants and bars. The farmhouse comprises entry through a small alley into a hallway, leading to an open plan fully equipped kitchen / living / dining looking onto a sunny central courtyard, one double bedroom with ensuite facilities, a spare shower room and a second courtyard next to a washroom on the ground floor. The first floor comprises two twin bedrooms and a main double bedroom all equipped with ensuite facilities and a terrace overlooking the central courtyard. The ensiute bathroom adjoining the main bedroom is equipped with a large jacuzzi bath. To compliment this house is a solar heated indoor pool set in a unique cave underneath the house. This setting ensures that the pool area is kept cool in the hot summer days and warm during the winter months. Morover, a small skylite in the roof of the cave, ensures that the pool enjoys natural daylight during the day.

PROPERTY 

SPECIFICATIONS

No of Bedrooms
4
Total No of Bathrooms
4
En-suite
3
Open Plan
Yes
Kitchen/Dining/Living
Entrance Hall
1
Laundry Room
1
Furniture
Yes
Washing Machine
Yes
Fridge Freezer
Yes
Jacuzzi
Yes
Indoor Pool
Yes
Hob
Yes
Oven
Yes
Utensils
Yes
Linen
Yes
Children Allowed
Yes
Views
Building Views
Swimming Pool
Yes
Balconies No of
1
Location
Inland

LOCALITY 

INFORMATION



Image titleSan Lawrenz is a small hilltop village near some of the Gozo's most spectacular coastline at Dwejra. The village is characterised by 17th century houses, many with elaborately carved stone balconies. Its parish church was built around 120 years ago in baroque style. It contains many beautiful works of art by well-known local artists such as Guiseppe Cali'. The area around San Lawrenz records almost all periods in the Islands' history. Archaeological remains include another set of the Islands' enigmatic, prehistoric 'cart ruts'; evidence of a Carthaginian temple; and a Roman tomb. From the time of the Knights comes the legendary Fungus Rock at Dwejra. Few rocks can claim such historical importance as this giant. It is home to a plant, mistakenly called a fungus, which was reputed to have exceptional healing powers. It was so prized by the Knights used Dwejra Tower, built in 1651 as part of the line of coastal watch towers, to protect the rock and guard the plant for their use only. At Dwejra too is the spectacular Azure Window, a doorway over the sea - perhaps the most impressive of all the islands' natural scenes, and the Inland Sea, a shallow inlet with a small tunnel through the rock face as access to the sea. The Dwejra coastline is embedded with fossils, which include the teeth of enormous shark from the Miocene period.

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