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Villa
Iklin
P.O.R
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018981

Villa

Iklin

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018981




P.O.R

*daily

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Contemporary VILLA in a quiet residential area of Iklin. The property comes with a large outdoor pool enjoying spectacular views of Mdina and surrounding areas. This spacious villa offers 700 sqm of internal living area featuring 4 bedrooms and 4 en-suite bathrooms and 1 guest toilet. Enjoying an open living / dining area with Argon gas tempered glass throughout and a fully-equipped kitchen with Siemens appliances, a 5-burner sectioned off stove top with retractable extractor and a Tepanjaki cooker, a built-in wine cooler and a welcome breakfast bar. This home features designer furnishing, 2 additional studies, games room, private gym, two courtyards and Satariano-finished bathrooms. This smart home offers high-end technology such as intelligent lighting, wireless control of lights, music, camera and blinds and security alarm with motion detectors. Wireless connection throughout with possibility for a satellite dish and one central server that controls all TVs and electronics in the house. The house comes with a 2-car garage and ample storage space. This is one of a kind villa offering a high tech but yet comfortable living space. Worth viewing.

PROPERTY 

SPECIFICATIONS

No of Bedrooms
4
Total No of Bathrooms
5
En-suite
1
Dining Room
1
Kitchen
1
Living Room
1
Study
Yes
Garage (Lock Up)
Yes
Car Spaces No of Cars
2
Gym
Yes
Views
Country Views
Courtyard
Yes
Back Yard
Yes
Security
Yes
Swimming Pool
Yes

LOCALITY 

INFORMATION



Image titleIklin is situated on a hill on the way to Naxxar. On the south it borders with Birkirkara and Lija while on the east it borders San Ġwann. During the sixties and seventies a number of luxurious villas were built on the hill which leads to In-Naxxar (on the side of Triq il-Wied in the area known as Upper Iklin). Towards the end of the seventies as well as during the eighties buildings started to crop up everywhere. On the lower side of the valley, which was a green area, a bypass was built which begins near the university and ends at Iklin. The name of this locality comes from the aromatic herb rosmarinus, Iklin in Maltese. It is thought that this grew in the valley. In Iklin two archaeological sites have been found, one from the Bronze Age and the other with Punic and Roman remains. The village is known for the chapel of San Mikiel Arkanġlu (St Michael) built in 1615. The coat of arms depicts a shield on a blue background with Saint Michael in the centre and six roses on the borders.

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