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Penthouse
Marsascala
750
*monthly
302695

Penthouse

Marsascala

Available On: 19/07/2018

302695




750

*monthly

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A 100 SQM Penthouse apartment on the fourth floor. In a block of only 4 apartments, it is served with an elevator. This Penthouse boasts a large terrace circa 40 SQM, with city, sea and country views across Marsascala. Comprises of two double bedrooms. Master with direct terrace access. Guest room with en-suite, An L-shaped living area combines a fully fitted kitchen (including oven, hob, microwave, and fridge/freezer), a dining / breakfast, a separate bathroom and living area leading to the front terrace, ideal for sunbathing, entertaining and BBQ, with a well concealed washroom. The property has Intercom, Internet / Cable, 32 inch Flat screen TV. Close to all amenities, with plenty of home good shops and within walking distance to the seafront, promenade, beach, restaurants, snack bars and pubs. Bus routes to Valletta, Sliema, all within walking distance. Regretfully no pets are allowed.

PROPERTY 

SPECIFICATIONS

Lift
Yes
Floor No
4
No of units in block
4
No of Bedrooms
2
Total No of Bathrooms
2
En-suite
1
Open Plan
Yes
Kitchen/Dining/Living
Washing Machine
Yes
Fridge Freezer
Yes
Microwave
Yes
Airconditioning
Yes
Children Allowed
Yes
Views
Building Views
Front Terrace
Yes
Location
Inland

LOCALITY 

INFORMATION



Image titleMarsaskala (a.k.a. Wied il-Għajn) has developed rom a small fishing village into the popular southern resort it is today. The harbour is still used by a few fishermen, their colourful Luzzu sharing the moorings with pleasure craft. Life here is centred on the long harbour promenade with its many open-air cafes and restaurants. For much of its past the village was a tranquil backwater, though it has seen its share of the Islands' main historical events. Marsaskala Bay made easy landing for Barbary Corsairs and Ottoman Turks who raided the Islands from the Middle Ages to the late 17th century. After a large Ottoman fleet landed here in 1614, the Knights set about improving the bay's defences, building the imposing Fort St Thomas in nearby St Thomas' Bay. Locals built their own domestic versions. The Mamo Tower on the road to Żejtun, now fully restored, is a fine example of a fortified farmhouse. It was built in a unique shape - the cross of St Andrew.

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