This three bedroom terraced townhouse is found in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Victoria, within walking distance of the bus station, main offices and public gardens. It is ideal for someone who loves the busier side of life, walking into the buzzing square for their morning paper and coffee, catching up with all the locals and picking up their daily groceries on the way home.
This house currently starts off with a wide 18 square metre hallway leading you to the stairwell which measures 12 square metres and connects to the kitchen. This area is well lit from the connecting courtyard.
The courtyard is currently separated into two parts measuring 14 square metres and two square metres. The larger part has a cellar beneath it, also measuring 14 square metres, which is accessed through the courtyard.
On the floor above, we arrive on the eight square metre landing with two bedrooms to the front, the third to the back and the dining room.
The first bedroom found at the front of the house measures 19 square metres and has ample space.
A little renovation would turn this into a cosy central home.
Condition at Sale: Unconverted
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Entrance Hall | Dining Room | Cellar | Living Room
View: Town View
Roof: Private Roof
Miscellaneous: Pet Friendly
Spare Toilets: 1
Outside Space: Courtyard | Balcony
Viewing Options: Virtual Viewings Available
Victoria is Gozo’s capital city and the island’s heart, the largest and most populated area of Gozo. The name was chosen by the British government on the occasion of Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. Previous to this it was known as Rabat.
The Cittadella, standing the tests of time, sits high and proud in Victoria and attracts hundreds of tourists a day from around the world. Victoria has peaceful gardens, numerous churches and chapels, bustling squares and is the main shopping district.
Unlike most towns, Victoria celebrates two feasts, Saint George and Santa Marija, probably the busiest feasts on the islands. These are popular with the Maltese as well as Gozitan locals.