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Independent Offices
Mgarr
420
*monthly
133285

Independent Offices

Mgarr

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133285




420

*monthly

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An unfurnished basement level with own entrance both with stairs and lift. Ideal space for an office, games room, studio, store etc. Property is finished including bathroom, flooring, water & electricity, A/C preparations and intercom. Natural light emanating from a large sliding door & yard measuring 4 m X 1 m.

PROPERTY 

SPECIFICATIONS

No of Levels (basement level)
1
Floor Area per floor
70.00 sq mt
Location
Country
Electricity Supply
Single-phase
Passenger Lift cap. (persons)
4
Permit Type
0
Public Toilets
1
Disabled Toilets
1
Store Rooms (No of)
1

LOCALITY 

INFORMATION



Image titleMġarr is a typical rural village, and lies in one of Malta's most isolated spots around five kilometres away from the town of Mosta. It is surrounded by rich farmland and vineyards and most of the local population is still engaged in agriculture. Mġarr's rustic environs embrace several picturesque spots - Binġemma, Wardija, Fomm ir-Riħ and Ġnejna Bay. The countryside is superb for walks. Here you are likely to come across examples of Giren, circular stone huts used by farmers, natural landmarks such as the characteristic flat-topped hills, ancient rubble walls and typical Mediterranean garrigue, or scrubland. Mġarr's parish church dedicated to the Assumption of Our Lady, is a miniature copy of the Mosta Rotunda. It was built in 1912 with donations and voluntary labour from the locals. The church's elevated position offers open views of the fertile valleys and neighbouring villages. Mġarr is also home to two of Malta's oldest prehistoric sites, Ta' Ħaġrat and Skorba. Ta' Ħaġrat, still in a good state of preservation, is the earliest standing temple in Malta and dates from the same period as Ġgantija on Gozo. Skorba is an important site as it provides evidence of a prehistoric village which spanned several millennia, from man's earliest times in Malta. The site is of specialist archaeological interest. The village also houses a World War II air raid shelter which is of special interest.

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