A Quaint Home in Rabat


1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom | Semi-finished

A Quaint Home in Rabat


1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom | Semi-finished

Located in a hidden alley of Rabat, just four minutes from St Paul's Square, is this one-bedroom house with a unique floor plan. 

A cute old door welcomes you into this unique home. A small entrance leads you to a store room or washroom on the right and on the left a staircase takes you to the first floor.

On this floor, you can find an elevated kitchen, the living room and the main double bedroom with en-suite. 

Parts of this home have been recently renovated with new electricity including hydro and complete gypsum. Brand new PVC thermal break tilt compatible windows have just been installed by the current owner. The newly added en-suite needs a bit more work to be completed. This townhouse still contains original features such as wooden beans and Maltese patterned tiles. 

The private roof has views of St Paul's Catacombs and church tops. The property could be extended to a further two floors as well. 

This home has the potential to be a cosy residence or a rental property.

Ref: MT-100422
Property Type: Townhouse
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Age: 30 - 100 years
Condition at Sale: Semi-finished
Ground Rent: Freehold
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Entrance Hall | Dining Room | Living Room
Roof: Private Roof | Sold with Airspace
Miscellaneous: Double-Glazed Windows
Outside Space: Terrace
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment

This large town on the outskirts of Mdina is a commercial centre and acts as a market to its large agricultural hinterland. It is also well established on the tourist map due to its archaeological and historical sites: the Roman Domus (Villa), St Paul’s and St Agatha’s Catacombs and several fine churches and monasteries. Biblical stories tell of St Paul residing in these catacombs when shipwrecked on Malta in approximately 60 AD.

Parts of Rabat were built on top of an ancient Roman city. The town was also used by Steven Spielberg as a location for some scenes in his film ‘Munich’. There are plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants.