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Gharghur

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€ 550,000
Ref. 500368            3          2         Plot Size 71 sq mt
Additional Specifications
Entrance Hall, Roof Terrace, Side Terrace
Exclusive to Belair is this gorgeous corner house of character situated in one of the prettiest streets, behind the main church of Gharghur in a UCA area, having so much charm and beauty,! House is extremely well converted and looked after having a welcoming entrance, dining room, living room, kitchen/ b’fast, guest toilet and courtyard, cellar well ventilated, lovely staircase leading to 2 bedrooms, one of which leads onto a lovely terrace having sun loungers and far reaching views, 2 large shower rooms and garigor stairs leading to a 3rd double bedroom at roof level leading to the outdoor area ! This house needs no further expenses and is perfect if you are looking for a lovely cosy house of character!
Energy Performance Certificate - Energy use: 103 kWh/m2yr, Carbon Dioxide Emissions: 26 kg/m2yr.


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SPECIFICATIONS

Corner
Yes
No of Bedrooms
3
Total No of Bathrooms
2
Showers
2
Guest Toilet
1
Entrance Hall
1
Well
Yes
Courtyard
Yes
Balconies No of
1
Front Balcony Type
Open
Roof Terrace
Yes
Cellar
Yes
Location
Inland
Plot area (sq mtrs)
71.00
Building Footprint
56 sq mt
Internal Area
135.00 sq mt
External Area
15.00 sq mt
Dining Room
1
Kitchen/B'fast
1
Living Room
1
Side Terrace
Yes




Contact Agent
Sharon Camilleri
sharon@belair.com.mt
+356 99424767

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Għargħur is perched on a steep peninsula on the Great Fault which runs east-west across Malta. It is another village on the Victoria Lines, the 19th century British fortifications that run along the top of the ridge. Għargħur was a small farming community, and although it lies near the modern urban areas of central Malta, it has managed to retain a rural tranquillity. The village core itself is charming and picturesque with its ancient farmhouses, a windmill and the typical parish church. The church, designed by Maltese architect Tumas Dingli, houses several valuable artworks including a 13th century titular painting and a tryptich dated 1587. A short walk from the village centre leads to some beautiful countryside with superb views. Near the village, lies Fort Madliena, one of four forts built along the Victoria Lines.