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Houses of Character
Lija
96
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0130858

Houses of Character

Lija

Available On: 01/02/2018

0130858




96

*daily

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This 2-bedroom TOWNHOUSE has been completely refurbished including 2 complete bedroom sets, a fitted kitchen, dining room, sitting room (can be converted to a third bedroom if required), bathroom, a large back garden with mature fruit trees, a tool room / utility room and toilet/shower room (accessible through the garden). Appliances include 3 air-conditioning units, 32" SHARP LCD Television in the sitting room, fridge-freezer, gas oven, toaster, kettle, iron with ironing board, washing machine and clothes hanger. A full package of kitchen utensils and bed linen is also included. This property is very bright throughout and enjoys outdoor living space, in the quiet village of Lija, is very centrally-located and close to all daily amenities including hairdresser, beauty centre, pharmacy, grocery store, butcher, stationery, post office and optician.

PROPERTY 

SPECIFICATIONS

No of Bedrooms
2
Total No of Bathrooms
2
Dining Room
1
Kitchen
1
Sitting Room
1
Living Room
1
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Back Garden
Yes

LOCALITY 

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Image titleLija is one of the so-called Three Villages along neighbouring Attard and Balzan. Many wealthy families built summer residences here in the early years of the 20th century, and the Three Villages are still considered an exclusive urban area. Lija has a charming village core of narrow, winding streets lined with large villas, most with mature gardens. Lija was once known as the orchard of Malta: the village emblem, with three oranges in the centre, recalls that fact. Lija has many architectural gems. There are ancient chapels, an old parish church considered a masterpiece of early Maltese architecture, an elegant belveder or tower, once part of a formal villa garden, and several old windmills. The present parish church was built by Giovanni Barbara in 1691. A small chapel dedicated to the Holy Virgin is nicknamed Tal-Mirakli, which refers to a miraculous happening when, according to tradition, tears were shed by a picture of the Virgin.

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