New Apartment with Channel Views
Set back in a quiet street, away from the hustle and bustle of the village square, is this three-bedroom apartment enjoying country and sea views.
The open-plan living/dining/kitchen area is the first room in this home, and it leads out onto a balcony with harbour views. To the right of the living area is the first 12 square metre bedroom. Going back off the kitchen is the hallway leading to the bathroom, a second 13 square metre bedroom which is en-suite and finally to the largest bedroom measuring 14 square metres. This last bedroom has a back balcony.
The country view from this three-bedroom, third-floor apartment can be seen here. This space will include a combined kitchen/living/dining room, which leads onto a balcony.
The completion date for this apartment to look more like a home is estimated to be the beginning of 2021. This bright and spacious apartment is being sold as finished.
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Number of Units: 9
Condition at Sale: Finished / Converted
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Living Room
View: Distant Sea View | Countryside View
Roof: Use of Roof
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Balcony
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Għajnsielem, meaning ‘spring of peace’, is a municipality on the southeastern coast and the youngest village on the island. It is the first village beyond the main harbour and has a population of just over 3,000 residents.
The Mgarr fishing village in Għajnsielem is the best spot for watching the sunrise over Comino or having a drink in the famous Gleneagles bar, a favourite haunt for the novelist A. J. Quinnell, best known for his novel ‘Man on Fire’.
Għajnsielem’s religious culture is strong, with over ten processions a year and its own real-life Bethlehem, which pulls in visitors every year from all over. Għajnsielem is home to Fort Chambray, built in the mid-18th century by the Order of Saint John. The closest swimming and diving spot to Ghajnsielem is Xatt L-ahmar, a secluded, rocky bay whose name means ‘red beach’.