Unconverted Townhouse with Country Views
This unconverted townhouse in the village of Nadur measures 145 square metres and is currently a maze of interconnecting rooms. With some creative spark, it could be transformed into a lovely family house or even an interesting guesthouse in this sought-after village. Presently the rooms at ground floor level are separated by a stone partition with an older building to one side and newer rooms built up on the other side.
On the other side, the larger side, you walk into a hallway leading past the first room, measuring roughly nine square metres, and then towards the stairs. Beyond this area at the bottom of the stairs, there is a small bathroom and nine square metre kitchen leading out onto a six square metre courtyard.
On the floor above, there is first a landing which branches off to the right, ahead and to the left. To the right, there is an eight square metre bathroom, which also leads through to the back terrace. From this terrace, you can take the wooden stairs to the roof.
Ahead of the landing and above the older building is a roughly 11 square metre terrace that fronts this house. This area also has a small storage area and another room at the back measuring roughly 12 square metres.
Although the home needs substantial work to be liveable, nothing needs to be fixed about this rooftop view.
With some creative spark, it could be transformed into a lovely family house or even an interesting guesthouse in this sought-after village.
Condition at Sale: Shell / Unconverted
Ground Rent: Freehold
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Entrance Hall | Box Room | Washroom
View: Countryside View
Roof: Private Roof
Miscellaneous: Pet Friendly
Kitchen: Open Plan
Spare Toilets: 0
Outside Space: Backyard | Terrace
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
The bustling village of Nadur is one of the larger villages on the island and is the most populated. It can be found on the northeast side of the island, between the villages of Qala and Xaghra, on one of the island’s three hills. From here you can see most of Gozo, Malta and the rising sun in the mornings, explaining the rising sun on the emblem of Nadur.
Nadur’s church is dedicated to the saints Peter and Paul. Their feast, Mnarja, is celebrated on the 29th of June and is one of the most popular on the island. Nadur has picturesque valleys and very fertile lands, producing 70 percent of the island’s citrus fruits. The closest beaches are Ramla, Dahlet Qorrot and San Blas.
Nadur is scattered with watch towers, hence the word Nadur means “look out” in Arabic. In modern days Nadur is better known for its unique Carnival activities which pulls tourists from across the world.