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Maisonette
Attard
900
*monthly
003623

Maisonette

Attard

Available On: 01/11/2018

003623




900

*monthly

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A spacious elevated ground floor maisonette situated in a sought after area, accommodation comprises of entrance hall, formal sitting room, open plan kitchen/breakfast/living room which leads to a back terrace and over looks the garden, 2 bedrooms (main with en-suite), bedroom/study, bathroom, laundry room and a lock-up garage. Property also includes air-conditioning, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, outdoor furniture, telephone and television.

PROPERTY 

SPECIFICATIONS

Floor No
1
No of units in block
2
No of Bedrooms
3
Total No of Bathrooms
2
En-suite
1
Kitchen
1
Kitchen/Dining/Living
Sitting Room
1
Study
Yes
Laundry Room
1
Garage (Lock Up)
Yes
Furniture
Yes
Washing Machine
Yes
Fridge Freezer
Yes
Microwave
Yes
Dryer
Yes
Airconditioning
Yes
Telephone Installed
Yes
Hob
Yes
Oven
Yes
Utensils
Yes
Linen
Yes
Views
Building Views
Back Garden
Yes
Balconies No of
1
Front Balcony Type
Open
Side Balconies No of
1
Side Balcony Type
Open
Back Balconies No of
1
Back Balcony Type
Open
Back Terrace
Yes

LOCALITY 

INFORMATION



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Attard is one of the so-called Three Villages, along with neighbouring Lija and Balzan. Many wealth families built summer residences here in the early years of the 20th century, and the Three Villages are still considered an exclusive urban area. Attard lies almost halfway between Malta's medieval capital Mdina and the Knights' `new' capital Valletta. Its position meant the village was always the centre of transport and communication projects between the two. First was the Wignacourt acquaduct, completed in 1615, built to solve the problems of Valletta's drinking water supply. In the late 19th century came the railway, a service which lasted only until the 1930s. Attard today is still characterised by large villas and gardens, the most impressive of which is San Anton Palace built by Grand Master Antoine de Paule in the late 16th century. It is now the official residence of the President of Malta and is used for state functions. The gardens, open to the public, are a baroque masterpiece. The village has many architectural gems, but the highlight is the Parish Church dedicated to the Assumption of Our Lady (1616) - a design by Maltese architect Tumas Dingli. It is considered as one of the best examples of Renaissance monuments on the Islands.

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