A three-bedroom townhouse in a tranquil area in Rabat.
Upon entering the home, you are in a very wide entrance hall that leads onto the stairwell as well as a spacious living room. Next to the living room is a solid wood kitchen/dining with access to the L-shaped yard and a spare toilet. The yard wraps around the kitchen/dining area and provides natural light throughout. From the yard, one can access two rooms on top of each other that are being used as storage and workshop.
From the backyard, you can access two small rooms that lie on top of each other that are being used as storage and workshop. This ground floor external space can be accessed from the hallway as well as from the kitchen/dining.
From the limestone staircase, one can reach the first-floor level to find two double bedrooms and a main bathroom. A terrace is accessed from one of the bedrooms, which overlooks the yard.
Heading up one floor, one finds a bedroom with ensuite from which one can access the roof. This house retains the beautiful patterned Maltese tiles, as well as wooden beams and 'xorok'. It also comes with a borehole. When converted, a lot of care was put into the workmanship. This property is being sold with airspace. Optional garages are available for rent or for sale right across the street from the house. No development can take place around this home.
Condition at Sale: Semi-furnished
Ground Rent: Freehold
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Entrance Hall | Dining Room | Study | Living Room
View: Town View
Roof: Private Roof | Sold with Airspace
Parking: Private Street-Level Garage
Miscellaneous: Pet Friendly | Double-Glazed Windows
Kitchen: Open Plan
Spare Toilets: 1
Outside Space: Backyard | Terrace | Workshop | Store | BBQ Area
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
This large town on the outskirts of Mdina is a commercial centre and acts as a market to its large agricultural hinterland. It is also well established on the tourist map due to its archaeological and historical sites: the Roman Domus (Villa), St Paul’s and St Agatha’s Catacombs and several fine churches and monasteries. Biblical stories tell of St Paul residing in these catacombs when shipwrecked on Malta in approximately 60 AD.
Parts of Rabat were built on top of an ancient Roman city. The town was also used by Steven Spielberg as a location for some scenes in his film ‘Munich’. There are plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants.