San Lawrenz Gozo Farmhouse with Pool Quite Location For Long Let
This property lovingly restored Gozitan farmhouse with original features including a spiral stone staircase. The house has been beautifully furnished to a high standard and is located down a quiet lane with only a few other properties nearby. Parking is on the lane outside. External stone stairs lead from the courtyard to an open terrace with a tranquil feel and stunning views out over the sea and the countryside.
This terrace can also be accessed from the interior. Double doors lead from the entrance passageway into a partly open plan living area and kitchen/dining room, with a relaxed and comfortable feel. The kitchen is fully equipped including a dishwasher. It also has a wood burning stove.There is a shower room with wc on this floor.
Patio doors lead out to the courtyard pool area, with built in bbq and outside shower. A stone spiral staircase leads up to the first floor and three double bedrooms, one being en suite. There is also a separate bath/shower room. There is plenty of room for a cot, which can be provided on request. The house has air conditioning, for both cold air and heat.
The house is located on the edge of the charming villages of San Lawrenz and Gharb.Close by there is a supermarket, a pharmacy, shops and several restaurants.
Off Street Parking
To pool and surrounding countryside
Fitted Large Kitchen
Lounge Dining Room
Fitted Large Kitchen
Views to the Private Pool
Gozo Area Information
San Lawrenz is a lovely agricultural town in the western section of the island of Gozo, located between Kercem and Gharb. Three hills surround the village, which is located on a plain and is Gozo's highest point at 195 meters above sea level. Furthermore, San Lawrenz is home to the breathtaking Dwejra Bay, which is known for its unique geological and ecological features. A journey to Gozo would be incomplete without seeing the well-known attractions
Fungus Rock, the stunning Azure Window, and the intriguing Inland Sea. Travel by boat from the Inland Sea to the 60-meter-long Ghar iz-Zerqa opening in the rocks that leads to the sea (Blue Cave). On board the fishing boat, you may get a closer look at the protected Fungus Rock, a 65-meter-tall megalithic rock where the Knights discovered a local medicinal fungus known as Gherq is-Sinjur. Dwejra's breathtaking scenery, set against a range of beautiful landscapes and seascapes that continue to astonish geologists, is best seen around sunset. Because of the well-known Blue Hole, the Coral Cave, and a number of caves and rock walls that are home to an unusual variety of marine life, this is one of the most popular diving spots in the entire Mediterranean.
Another notable sight in Dwejra is the Dwejra Tower, which was built by the Knights in 1651 as a coastal fortification but was later used to guard the Fungus Rock (Hagret il-General) and the rare medical fungus that grew there.