Apartment in Stylish Block over Countryside
This apartment is perched on a valley in Xaghra, looking out over vast country views. Xaghra is high up on one of the island's favourite three hills, with two beautiful bays beneath it on either side. This snug new home is part of a stunning new development is only a ten-minute walk from the village's vibrant square.
This home opens into a hallway that leads to the front of the apartment, past the first bedroom and the main bathroom. At the front is the combined living/dining/kitchen area leading out onto its terrace which looks out over the valley and countryside views. An amazing spot for unwinding and taking in some of the best views in Gozo. This kitchen has a boxroom, which could be used as a pantry.
The image above is of the area, not of this apartment or its views.
Going to the back of this home, the hallway leads to the main bedroom with an en-suite. There is also an area that could serve nicely as a study with a boxroom coming off of it.
This apartment measures 153.75 square metres and is available for purchase now in shell form.
Number of Units: 10
Condition at Sale: Shell
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Entrance Hall | Dining Room | Box Room | Living Room
View: Countryside View
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Terrace
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Xaghra, the island’s second largest village, is located centrally to the northeast side of the island. Xaghra is a lively village perched on one of Gozo’s three hills.
It is probably the most popular village among tourists due to its historical heritage, myths, lively square and sandy red beach, Ramla il-Hamra. Xaghra is one of the earliest inhabited parts of Gozo, being home to the Ggantija megalithic temples which date back to the year 3600BC.
Xaghra has fascinating caves such as Calypso’s cave, where according to myth, Calypso kept Odysseus as a `prisoner of love’ for seven years.
The village church is dedicated to Our Lady of Victories, locally known as il-Bambina, celebrated on the 8th of September, one of Gozo’s last celebrated feasts in the year.