New Maisonette to Complete in Gozo

Victoria, Gozo
4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | Shell

New Maisonette to Complete in Gozo

Victoria, Gozo

4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | Shell

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A duplex four-bedroom maisonette with lots of natural light in a quiet part of Victoria, the island’s capital. The layout comprises of an open-plan kitchen/living/dining area, a double bedroom, a shower room and a good-size yard all on the first floor. In the second floor, one finds the master bedroom with en-suite shower and another double bedroom, a bathroom and a study which could serve as a small fourth bedroom or walk-in wardrobe for the main bedroom. The stairs that lead to the roof provide a box room underneath. From the roof, one can enjoy the town view and extensive country view. Since this property is being sold in shell form, one can easily make structural changes to meet one’s needs.

The airspace is included in the price.

An optional street level garage is available for € 32,000. 

This duplex maisonette is being sold in shell form. 

Ref: MT-100178
Property Type: Maisonette
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Age: 0 - 10 years
Condition at Sale: Shell
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room
View: Town View
Roof: Private Roof | Sold with Airspace
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Courtyard | Balcony | Roof Garden

Victoria is Gozo’s capital city and the island’s heart, the largest and most populated area of Gozo. The name was chosen by the British government on the occasion of Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. Previous to this it was known as Rabat.

The Cittadella, standing the tests of time, sits high and proud in Victoria and attracts hundreds of tourists a day from around the world. Victoria has peaceful gardens, numerous churches and chapels, bustling squares and is the main shopping district.

Unlike most towns, Victoria celebrates two feasts, Saint George and Santa Marija, probably the busiest feasts on the islands. These are popular with the Maltese as well as Gozitan locals.