Squarish House of Character
This house of character is just a two-minute walk from the Għaxaq Parish Church and piazza, in a very peaceful area. It would make a lovely three-bedroom residence with some of its original authentic features still visible, including stone slabs (xorok) and corbels (kileb).
This home is being sold structurally converted as per the approved building permit.
With an internal area of 108 square metres and an external of 26 square metres, this home would be an ideal buy for first-time home-seekers who are looking to purchase a property with unique features and make it their own.
Upon entering, there is an open-plan space that will be transformed into the kitchen/living/dining area. The staircase leads to the floors above and the doorway ahead leads to the main bedroom, which has an en-suite.
There is also an option to customise the internal finishes according to personal taste so new owners can put their own stamp on the home.
At ground level, you can find the main bathroom that services the floor.
A unique feature of this house is the staircase which is connected to bridges that link it to the bedrooms on each floor.
The space around the staircase creates an atrium area that will provide lots of natural light and ventilation to the whole building.
On the first floor, you will find a double bedroom and, on the second floor, a single bedroom.
At roof level, the airspace provides room for entertaining and some outdoor furniture.
Spanning a total area of 134 square metres, this house of character is being sold at an attractive price to enable the new owners to complete any necessary finishing works and turn this building into a wonderful home.
If you are interested in a viewing, reach out to our office line at +356 7988 8117 or directly to the agent for this listing, our General Manager, Giovanni Camilleri, at +356 7942 9676.
Condition at Sale: Unconverted
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Living Room
Roof: Private Roof
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Courtyard
Għaxaq is a quiet village in the southeast corner of Malta near the airport, comprising mainly of farmhouses, some of which date back 300 years or more. The small streets behind the parish church are the most charming and are typical of old Maltese villages. In a street close to the church, one can see a curious house with shell and pebble decorations and paintings on its facade. It is a special feature in this village and unique in Malta.
This is a very traditional village that is known throughout Malta for its music and cheese festivals.