Unconverted Corner House of Character

3   beds   0   bath shower

At the heart of this unconverted house of character is this courtyard, providing natural light into the entire house.


This property requires extensive reconstruction, with estimated space for three bedrooms.

The well is in this courtyard.

Stairs lead up to first floor sleeping quarters.


A view of the first-floor doors from the stairs.

Some traces remain of a previous reconstruction, which the new owner may wish to replace.

First Floor in the Courtyard

The room on the left is very small, most likely for storage. This could possibly be converted into an en-suite for the main bedroom. The room on the right could be a shared bathroom.

Access to First Floor

Some very old doors can still be found in the property, which can be restored.

Master Bedroom

The room at the end of this bedroom is the original birth room. 

Dimensions: 7.3 x 2.8 metres for the bedroom and an additional 1 metre for the birth room.

Master Bedroom

This is a view of the second bedroom with the viewer's back to the birth room.

The original 'kileb' can be seen in this photo.

Main Bathroom (Estimated)

There are no bathrooms in the property at the moment, but this could be the main bathroom post-conversion.

Ground Floor

The room straight ahead could be the kitchen post-conversion. The room to the right could be a 'kantina'.


This is one of the two cellars in the property.

Ground Floor Hallway

The hallway from the kitchen leads to more storage space.


This could be converted into a living room.

Second Cellar

A second cellar could also be converted into shared space.


An alcove in the courtyard could be used for storage of chairs or a BBQ.


Original patterned tiles can be restored in the master bedroom.


This small, unconverted house of character has space for perhaps three bedrooms. The layout and use of the various rooms can be determined by the new owner, as several could be used in different ways.

All rooms lead into the private courtyard, which provides natural light to the home. 

Some original features remain, such as original tiling in the master bedroom, 'kileb' in one room and an original birth room.

This home needs extensive restoration, but could be a charming, small home in a sought-after area once complete. 

The property's footprint is 81 square metres.


Għargħur is a village on the Victoria Lines, the 19th-century British fortifications that run along the top of the ridge of the Great Fault which runs across Malta east to west. It was a small farming community, and although it lies near the modern urban areas of central Malta, it retains a rural tranquillity. The village core itself is charming and picturesque with its ancient farmhouses, a windmill and a typical parish church. A short walk from the village centre brings you to some beautiful countryside with superb views. Prices in Għargħur are in the middle to upper range. Houses of character, in particular, are sought after.

Ref: MT-100174
Property Type: House of Character
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 0
Age: 200 - 300 years
Condition at Sale: Shell / Unconverted
Ground Rent: Freehold
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Kitchen | Cellar
Facilities: Well
View: Town View
Roof: Private Roof | Sold with Airspace
Outside Space: Courtyard | BBQ Area