Shell Apartment in Marsalforn
This apartment is only 200 metres from the sea, just far enough from the hustle and bustle of Marsalforn's promenade and yet moments away for those daily swims.
Marsalforn is a popular fishing village on the north coast of Gozo, well served by local public transport routes. In summertime this village is vibrant and busy, teeming with locals and tourists, whilst in the winter months, the place has a quiet and peaceful feel to it. The seafront is scattered with restaurants and bars overlooking its sandy beach.
The photo above is of this area, not of this apartment's location or views.
This seaside apartment opens up onto its open-plan living/dining/kitchen area. The living area leads out onto a balcony overlooking the front of the property. On the far right-hand side of the living area is a proposed boxroom or perhaps this could serve nicely as a laundry room. Beyond the living area, there is a short hallway that leads past two bedrooms on the right and the bathroom on the left. At the end of the hallway, there is the main bedroom with an en-suite and its own balcony. All bedrooms look out over the front of the property.
This will make a great family holiday home, minutes away from the seaside.
This 114-square metre apartment is being sold in shell form and is available from August 2021.
Number of Units: 6
Condition at Sale: Shell
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Box Room | Living Room
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Balcony
Proposed Completion Date: Aug 2021
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Square Metres Overall: 114
Marsalforn is a popular fishing village on the north coast of Gozo. The village lies between the hilltop towns of Xagħra and Żebbuġ. The name originates from the Arabic word for port or bay, ‘marsa’. In the summertime, Marsalforn is vibrant and teeming with locals and tourists. The winter months see a more peaceful and quieter pace of life.
Marsalforn has become the island’s premier diving locale, and the seafront is scattered with restaurants and bars overlooking its sandy beach. There are plenty of parks, hills and even a fertile valley to explore. Along the coastline are several interesting swimming spots.
Many years ago, Marsalforn port used to be the most important in Gozo, responsible for bringing in supplies. Passengers would board here to travel to Sicily and other continental ports. It was even considered abandoning the old Citadel in the island’s centre and building a new town overlooking the harbour.