Spacious Terraced House
This terraced house in Mosta is built for a family who loves entertaining. From the in-built bar on the ground floor to the back garden that is large enough for a private swimming pool, up to the expansive roof with both town and country views, this is a home that is at its best when filled with laughter and voices.
Solar panels for heating and electricity will keep energy costs low, and the many windows over the two large garden provide natural light throughout.
A one-car garage is included in the price, as are all furnishings.
This spacious terraced house in Mosta has the most extraordinary garden. It is being sold fully furnished.---
This hallway connects all the rooms on the ground floor, in fantastic style.
The formal sitting room is one of the first rooms that visitors see.
This wide hallway connects the ground floor rooms and has built-in, solid wood furnishings.
The garden can be accessed from the dining area.
You'll never run out of counter space in this kitchen.
A window in the kitchen looks into the living room.
This informal living room by the kitchen is perfect as is, although it would also work well if converted to a dining room.
This wide hallway connects the ground floor rooms and has built-in, solid wood furnishings
This wide hallway connects the ground floor rooms and has built-in, solid wood furnishings, including this bar area for entertaining.
This is the first of the two bathrooms in this home.
The ground-floor stairs lead up to the first-floor hallway.
This hallway provides access to the sleeping quarters.
The main bedroom in this three-bedroom terraced house.
This is the second bedroom in the home, a single one.
This is the other of the two bathrooms.
The first floor has a private terrace, with these stairs leading onto the roof.
The rooftop washroom is currently being used for drying clothes and as a personal gym.
The rooftop washroom.
The roof stretches the length of the home.
The property is being sold with airspace, providing the new owner opportunities to expand upwards.
A view of the garden from the roof.
Condition at Sale: Furnished
Ground Rent: Freehold
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Living Room | Entrance Hall | Study | Washroom | Box Room
Pool: Space for Pool
Facilities: Solar Water Heater | Solar Panels for Electricity | Air Conditioning | Well
View: Town View | Countryside View
Roof: Private Roof | Sold with Airspace
Parking: Private Street-Level Garage
Outside Space: Backyard | Front Garden | Terrace | BBQ Area
Mosta lies at the heart of Malta, along the Great Fault that runs east-west across the Island. It is a busy market town and a popular shopping area, with a plethora of cafes and restaurants. At its centre is a magnificent domed church, said to be the third-largest unsupported church dome in Europe. In World War II, the Church took a direct hit from a German bomb during mass. The bomb pierced the dome but failed to explode. This event is now regarded as a miraculous intervention.
An important town that links villages like Mgarr, Mellieha, St Paul's Bay, Qawra and Bugibba to the central area, Mosta is the commercial hub of the north of the island. A large range of property types can be found with price brackets starting from medium range upwards.