Shell Penthouse with Wheelchair Access
This two-bedroom, unconverted penthouse can be found on the outskirts of Ghajnsielem, the island's first village inwards from the harbour and the youngest on its southeast coast. It is home to the Mgarr fishing village, the best spot for watching the sunrise over Comino.
Please note the photo above is of the area, not of this penthouse or its views.
This 83.07-square metre penthouse has an open-plan hallway that connects to all the rooms. To the left is a combined living/dining/kitchen area which leads out onto the 20-square metre terrace, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the Mediterranean sunshine. The bathroom can be found at the back of the home, beyond the living area, followed by the two bedrooms.
This penthouse forms part of a project which is estimated to be in shell form by the end of December 2022 and completely finished by June 2023. Optional garages are available and the price includes the common parts.
Number of Units: 30
Condition at Sale: Shell
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Living Room
View: Town View
Accessibility: Wheelchair Friendly | Lift
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Terrace
Proposed Completion Date: Dec 2022
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Għajnsielem, meaning ‘spring of peace’, is a municipality on the southeastern coast and the youngest village on the island. It is the first village beyond the main harbour and has a population of just over 3,000 residents.
The Mgarr fishing village in Għajnsielem is the best spot for watching the sunrise over Comino or having a drink in the famous Gleneagles bar, a favourite haunt for the novelist A. J. Quinnell, best known for his novel ‘Man on Fire’.
Għajnsielem’s religious culture is strong, with over ten processions a year and its own real-life Bethlehem, which pulls in visitors every year from all over. Għajnsielem is home to Fort Chambray, built in the mid-18th century by the Order of Saint John. The closest swimming and diving spot to Ghajnsielem is Xatt L-ahmar, a secluded, rocky bay whose name means ‘red beach’.