In the heart of thirteenth century bastide town * beautiful architect house entirely restored offering 170 m² of living space on 2 levels. On the ground floor, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a steam room. On the first floor a large kitchen, dining room and a large living room with fireplace. Stone floors, large windows, skylight and respect of the architecture give a particular character to this old house.
*Monpazier, English bastide founded in 1284 by King Edward I of England to set people on his land of Aquitaine, against France. Its residents enjoy many benefits such as tax exemption and abolition of seigneurial right. Monpazier name appears in the thirteenth century, when the foundation of the house, under the Latinized form of "Castrum Montis Pazerii", which means "castle mountain of peace." Translated into Occitan, it consists of castle, from the Latin mons, montis) and pazier, a derivative of patz (which comes as French peace, from Latin pax). "Castel" would have been lost over time. The bastide was built on a rectangular plan around a central square, surrounded by houses built between the thirteenth and seventeenth century. She has managed, over the centuries, to retain its original character despite the vicissitudes of time and escape the destruction that religious wars have caused in the region.