Tiny House of Character

Qormi
€135,000
1 Bedroom | 0 Bathroom | Shell / Unconverted

Tiny House of Character

Qormi
€135,000

1 Bedroom | 0 Bathroom | Shell / Unconverted
DESCRIPTION

This a small one-bedroom house of character that is located in a quiet alley in Qormi.

Structurally sound, this home is made up of two rooms on top of each other, an external staircase connecting them and a cellar. This house of character still retains original features such as ‘xorok’, wooden beams and flagstone and comes with its own airspace.

Once converted, this property could make a cosy tiny home or a rental investment. It does need a great deal of work before it can be lived in.

The first room on the ground floor was used by the previous owner as a bedroom. The second room upstairs is the likelier bedroom, and it has space for an en-suite. This room retains original features such as ‘xorok’, wooden beams and flagstones.

Truly a tiny home, this space could become a fun project for someone who is looking for a property conversion of a manageable size.

GALLERY
FEATURES
Ref: MT-100277
Property Type: House of Character
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 0
Age: 100 - 200 years
Condition at Sale: Shell / Unconverted
Ground Rent: Freehold
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen
Roof: Sold with Airspace
Outside Space: Courtyard
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
ABOUT QORMI

Qormi is the second-largest town on the Islands. It has both residential and light industrial areas, but the town's core is still characterised by alleys and narrow streets. The town became the first place where imported goods were stored due to its position near the Grand Harbour.

Wheat was one of the staple imports and, over the years, windmills sprung up in the town and it soon developed a thriving bread-making industry. Qormi has been known as the centre of bread-making since the time of the Knights of St. John. They named it 'Casal Fornaro', the bakers' village, and it still is today.

The town is also known for its Easter processions, especially on Good Friday, when participants wear biblical costumes, and Easter Sunday, on which a procession is held with the tradition of running with the statue of Risen Christ in various roads in the parish.