Squarish, Third Floor Apartment

2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | Semi-finished

Squarish, Third Floor Apartment


2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | Semi-finished

When you think of Luqa, the airport is what comes to mind, but there is much more to this old town than that. Luqa, like most old villages on the island, has a lot going on. With cultural, sports, political clubs and - the most predominant - two bands clubs. Here, the feast of St Andrew is celebrated halfway through summer with elaborate street decoration and lavish entertainment. 

This 103 square metre modern apartment has a squarish layout in which the open-plan kitchen/dining/sitting room is connected directly to the sleeping quarters without the need for long corridors.

The image above is of the area, not of this apartment or its views.

When entering, you are first in an open-plan kitchen/dining/living room that opens up into a large balcony. On the right-hand side of the entrance is the main bathroom, followed by a boxroom, then the main bedroom with an en-suite and a small private balcony.

The second bedroom can also be accessed from the right-hand side of the open plan and it is also connected to the balcony.

The apartment measures approximately 90 square metres internally and 13 externally.

Optional garages are available. This apartment forms part of a project which is estimated to be finished by the end of September 2021.

Ref: MT-100752
Property Type: Apartment
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Age: 0 - 10 years
Number of Units: 16
Floor: 3
Condition at Sale: Semi-finished
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Box Room | Living Room
View: Town View
Accessibility: Lift
Parking: Basement Garage
Miscellaneous: Intercom / Video | Double-Glazed Windows
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Balcony
En-Suites: 1
Proposed Completion Date: September 2021
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Square Metres Inside: 90
Square Metres Outside: 13
Square Metres Overall: 103

The village gave its name to Malta's sole airport situated nearby, which for many years was known simply as Luqa Airport, before being named Malta International Airport. Its proximity to the airfield led to its near destruction in World War II, but luckily the village's two 15th century churches survived. House prices in Luqa are lower than average.