Apartment in Quiet Area
A short stroll from Sannat's square and the breathtaking Ta' Cenc cliffs, comes this soon to be completed cosy home. Sannat is a small rustic village on the island’s southern coast, popular for its high cliffs, ancient cart ruts, temples and dolmens, and rich fauna and flora. The closest bay is the stunning Mgarr Ix-Xini which lies in a picturesque gorge.
The photo above is of the area, not of this apartment or its views.
This 99-square metre apartment opens into a combined living and dining area which has a balcony overlooking the front of the property. Beyond this area, we can first find the kitchen which leads onto the hallway. Down the hallway on the left-hand side, there will be the first bedroom followed by the main bathroom. The main bedroom is at the end of the hallway, and it has an en-suite and a small yard.
This apartment forms part of a project which is estimated to be in shell form by the end of August 2021 and comes with optional garages. This apartment is being sold in shell form.
Number of Units: 12
Condition at Sale: Shell
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Living Room
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Courtyard | Balcony
Proposed Completion Date: Aug 2021
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Sannat is a small rustic village on the island’s southern coast with just over 2,000 residents. It is home to the spectacular Ta' Ċenċcliffs that run along the same coastline and is popular for its ancient cart ruts, temples, dolmens and rich flora and fauna.
For many years, the village has been well known for lacemaking, so much so that in 1951 Queen Elizabeth II visited a house named ‘The Lace House’, which can be found in a small square called ‘Pjazza Tax-Xelina’.
The closest bay is Mgarr Ix-Xini, which lies in a picturesque gorge. Sannat’s charm has captured the heart of celebrities such as Billy Connolly, who has peacefully lived there, on and off, for years. Brad Pitt has even been known to hide out and relax in Rosina’s bar, located in one of Sannat’s small squares.