Central Penthouse with Views
Found in the Island's capital, Victoria is this spacious two-bedroom apartment. It is right in the heart, a stone's throw from the public gardens and a few minutes' walk from the main squares and the Cittadella. This penthouse is well laid out and spacious. The main bedroom has an en-suite and a terrace with lovely views. It is currently shell with works underway to have it finished and ready for the new owner.
The first room we step into is the living area. This cosy and bright area is so well lit and airy, it is easy to imagine it being finished and this home's heart looking out over the terrace at the country and distant sea view. On the left side of the living room going back is the combined dining and kitchen, forming an L shape with the living room.
At the back on the right side is the bathroom which leads to one of the bedrooms. In the middle at the back and to the right of the dining room is the main bedroom with en-suite. All back rooms, the dining room and both bedrooms share the back balcony.
Number of Units: 5
Condition at Sale: Semi-finished
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Box Room | Living Room
Facilities: Potential for Solar Panels
View: Distant Sea View | Countryside View
Roof: Sold with Airspace
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Terrace | Balcony
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
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.