Corner Maisonette with a Large Terrace
At 250 metres above sea level, the village of Dingli is at one of the highest points of the island. Close to the Dingli Cliffs, seen above, this rural village offers a quaint, country lifestyle with a lot of fresh air, beautiful nature all around and plenty of space for walks all year round. This three-bedroom corner maisonette is at the entrance to Dingli, with country views from practically every room.
This future home is being sold in shell form, giving prospective buyers the opportunity to complete it as they like.
Once you enter the front door, you are first in the open plan living/kitchen/dining room, which opens into the large terrace.
Leaving the open plan area, you are in an L-shaped corridor leading to the three double bedrooms each with its own access to the terrace. The main bedroom is at the far end of this property and has an en-suite shower. A box room is between the first bedroom and the main bathroom.
The most unique feature of this home is the terrace, nearly as large as the interior. It could easily be turned into a lovely green garden with a pool.
The floor area is 226 square meters. Optional one-car garages are available in the block, accessed via the lift.
Number of Units: 8
Condition at Sale: Shell
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Box Room | Living Room
View: Countryside View
Parking: Basement Garage
Miscellaneous: Pet Friendly | Intercom / Video | Double-Glazed Windows
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Terrace | Internal Yard
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Square Metres Overall: 226
The village of Dingli lies on a plateau some 250 metres above sea level, just inland from the spectacular Dingli Cliffs. The area provides not only open sea views over the tiny, uninhabited isle of Filfla but also an excellent vantage point over Malta. From the cliffs, there are views inland of nearby Buskett Gardens and Verdala Palace.
The countryside here is ideal for walking. The streets around the parish church of St Mary are narrow and winding and typical of an old agricultural village. Around the outskirts are several prehistoric sites: the so-called 'cart ruts', unexplained parallel tracks hewn in the rock; and several megalithic structures.
House prices in Dingli are around the average for Malta. Residents benefit from access to the countryside and fresh air, and the cliffs bring trekkers and walkers, as well as adventure seekers for rock climbing and ziplining.