Converted Corner Townhouse

3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | Furnished

Converted Corner Townhouse


3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | Furnished

This quaint townhouse can be found on a corner with two roads on each of its sides in the village of Siggiewi, just minutes from Lapsi fishing and scenic swim zone. This is a popular stomping ground for locals, who come for a fish lunch or a refreshing swim in the summer months. In winter it is also popular for walks and picnics or even as part of coastal trekking routes.

On entering this cosy home, you will find a fitted, solid oak kitchen and the main bathroom on the ground floor.

A stone staircase takes you up to the first floor, where you can find the sleeping quarters.

On this floor, you find the main bedroom with an air-conditioner unit, a double bedroom and a single bedroom.

This attractive home still holds Maltese traditional mosaic floors, classic stone staircase, cast iron railing, high xorok ceilings and a skylight for natural light. 

At the roof level there is a large washroom and a full roof. The home is going to be sold fully furnished and is ready to move into and be enjoyed.

Ref: MT-100539
Property Type: Townhouse
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Age: 30 - 100 years
Condition at Sale: Furnished
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Washroom | Living Room
Facilities: Potential for Solar Panels | Air Conditioning
View: Countryside View
Roof: Private Roof
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.