Maisonette with Country Views
This elevated ground floor maisonette is just across from ODZ (outside development zone) with spectacular views of one of the most sought-after country views in the tranquil village of Siggiewi. It also has a permit to have a pool in its spacious backyard.
On entering this future home, you are first in the 40 square metre combined kitchen/living/dining area, at the end of which is a corridor leading you into the three bedrooms. Two bedrooms have an en-suite each. The maisonette also had a separate bathroom, a box room and a laundry room.
Two of the bedrooms located at the back of the maisonette have openings to the backyard, which is 25 square metres and includes a small pool in its design.
With 130 square meters as internal living space and 40 square meters of outdoor space, this home will not only make a cosy place to retreat to but also to live and enjoy the family. This is being sold semi-finished. Optional three-car garages are available in the block.
Number of Units: 5
Condition at Sale: Requires decoration
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Living Room | Box Room | Washroom
Pool: Private Pool
View: Town View | Countryside View
Parking: Basement Garage
Miscellaneous: Pet Friendly | Intercom / Video | Double-Glazed Windows
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Balcony | Backyard | Internal Yard
Proposed Completion Date: January 2021
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Siġġiewi lies in fertile agricultural land, the parish covering a central and western strip of Malta from the picturesque coastline of Dingli Cliffs to Buskett Gardens and Verdala Palace near Rabat. The centre of Siġġiewi is dominated by the imposing baroque parish church of St. Nicholas and houses with traditional Maltese balconies.
The outlying countryside is ideal for walking tours. Places to look out for around Siġġiewi are: the Inquisitor's summer palace in the Girgenti valley, which now serves as the Prime Minister's official summer residence; the 'Clapham Junction' cart ruts which date from Neolithic times; the Laferla Cross; and the picturesque fishing hamlet of Għar Lapsi - a favourite summer bathing place and beauty spot.