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Apartment
Pembroke
750
*monthly
130621

Apartment

Pembroke

Available On: 03/04/2018

130621




750

*monthly

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Nestled very close to St. George's Bay [sandy beach], this refurbished house offers well-appointed apartments which are situated in a quiet residential area and only few minutes off on foot from the city's popular attractions. This bright, 70sqm apartment is located on the 1st floor but has access from another street which is at a higher level, thus making no use of any stairs. It has a very spacious kitchen / dining / living area which leads to a front balcony with sea views of St George's Bay and Paceville. The kitchen is fully functional and ideal to prepare one's own meal. It has 2 air-conditioned bedrooms (one double and one twin) and a full family bathroom with shower cubicle. This apartment is ideal both for family and friends as it is located off the busy nightlife in the eve, and thus giving way for a relaxing holiday during one's night when rest is essential.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Floor No
1
No of Bedrooms
2
Total No of Bathrooms
1
Open Plan
Yes
Kitchen/Dining/Living
Washing Machine
Yes
Fridge Freezer
Yes
Airconditioning
Yes
Views
Building Views
Location
Inland
Property area (sq mtrs)
70.00

LOCALITY 

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Image titleAs denoted by the name, Pembroke's origins are military. This residential area near Paceville started life as British barracks built in typical colonial style. When the British forces left Malta in the 1970s, the area was used for local housing and has since expanded with the building of modern, spacious villas. Military history here dates back even early, to the time of the Knights of St John. They built Madliena Tower as part of their line of coastal watchtowers. And it was the Knights who first devised the plan to build a line of fortifications along the natural fault running east-west across Malta. The plan was enacted by the British in the late 19th century and resulted in the Victoria Lines. Fort Pembroke is the last of the four forts along these lines. Pembroke Battery, one of two from British times, still stands and is being restored. The roads in Pembroke bear names such as Anzio, Alamein and Normandy - all reminiscent of British military activity in World War II. The barracks which remain have a certain charm,including thw two clock towers: one upon entering Pembroke and the other within the area known as Sandhurst.

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