Two Bedroom Townhouse in Tarxien
This two-bedroom, 176-square metre townhouse in the centre of Tarxien is close to all amenities as well as the Tarxien parish church.
All furnishings are included with the property. Although it can be lived in now, it is also well-suited as a renovation project to bring it up to modern standards.
On entering the main door, you are in a good-sized living room with a large window, leading into the dining room and kitchen.
The ground floor consists of a kitchen (with a small yard), dining area, access to the first floor and living room.
The main bedroom, seen here, has air conditioning and a traditional Maltese balcony. The second bedroom leads to a study space and the bathroom.
Further on, the traditional spiral staircase leads to the roof.
This home is being sold fully furnished.
The roof is newly installed with this skylight that draws light into the centre of the home. Permits are in hand to build a new washroom or room with an en-suite.
Although it can be lived in right now, the new owners may wish to do some light renovation to bring the home to modern standards.
Condition at Sale: Requires decoration
Ground Rent: Freehold
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Study | Box Room | Washroom | Living Room
Facilities: Air Conditioning | Well
View: Town View
Roof: Private Roof | Sold with Airspace
Miscellaneous: Pet Friendly
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Backyard | Terrace | Balcony
Tarxien, located southeast of Valletta, is known mostly for the Tarxien Temples, a prehistoric temple complex dating back to the Copper Age and one of Malta’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The oldest part of the Tarxien Temples might have been built around 3600 BCE, making it one of the world’s oldest freestanding structures.
The town itself was important in later centuries, particularly in Roman times, but it remained more or less a backwater over the millennia. Like nearby Paola, the town began to develop in the early 20th century with the growth of the dockyards. Locals are known as 'Tarxinizi'.