Penthouse with Vast Country Views
On the outskirts of the quiet village of Kercem and not far from the Lunzjata Valley is this bright and airy penthouse. The apartment is three bedrooms with two bathrooms, with each of the rooms of a good size. But the real star is the view. From the front terrace, back balcony and rooftop, you have expansive views of the countryside and, distantly, the sea. Gozo has beautiful countryside, and this home truly benefits from that.
Upon entering, you are in a short hallway. The left, you will find the south-facing combined kitchen/dining/living area measuring 25 square metres. The living area leads out onto a 20 square metre terrace with breathtaking country and distant sea views. Just off the kitchen is a spare bedroom measuring 10 square metres.
To the back of the apartment are two bedrooms and the bathroom. These two bedrooms share the back balcony. The first bedroom measures 10 square metres with en-suite, and the second bedroom also measures 10 square metres.
From the roof, you have panoramic views punctuated by the Citadel, which is always a pleasure to admire when it’s lit up in the evenings.
When visiting this home to take photographs, the Curbsy team were drawn straight away to the front terrace, which has one of the best views of any home we have seen to date. Distantly, you can see the sea, but it's the rolling Maltese countryside that is the real star.
Number of Units: 7
Condition at Sale: Furnished
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Entrance Hall | Dining Room | Living Room
Facilities: Potential for Solar Panels
View: Distant Sea View | Countryside View
Roof: Private Roof
Miscellaneous: Pet Friendly
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Terrace | Balcony
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Kercem is a small, sleepy village with a population of fewer than 2,000 residents. It is very close to Victoria but full of quiet areas such as the picturesque Lunzjata Valley, which the Knights of St. John were so enamoured with that they favoured it for their hunting.
Kercem was inhabited as early as 4500 BC and is well known for its cultural family fair, held out in the beautiful countryside. The village’s church is dedicated to Our Lady of Soccorso.