Houses of Character
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.
Plot area (sq mtrs)
56 sq mt
135.00 sq mt
15.00 sq mt
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.