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Maisonette
Qrendi
950
*monthly
017759

Maisonette

Qrendi

Available On: 02/02/2018

017759




950

*monthly

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A lovely, highly finished, fully furnished maisonette situated in this quaint village, close to all amenities. Property consists of entrance onto open plan area which boasts a lot of natural light and includes a designer fitted Fino kitchen, with Siemens appliances and a large U shaped island. Dining /living area and study/library. 3 double bedrooms. The main bedroom leads to a very large en suite with corner tub. It also leads to a large walk in wardrobe. Main bathroom. Separate washroom leading to an internal yard which is ideal for drying clothes. Property also enjoys use of 2 other internal yards and a large log fireplace. Air-conditioned, Washing machine, TV. Optional car space.

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SPECIFICATIONS

No of Bedrooms
3
Total No of Bathrooms
2
En-suite
1
Kitchen
1
Sitting & Dining
1
Study
Yes
Laundry Room
1
Car Spaces No of Cars
1
Washing Machine
Yes
Airconditioning
Yes
Views
Building Views
Courtyard
Yes
Back Yard
Yes

LOCALITY 

INFORMATION



Image titleQrendi is a small village located in the southwest of Malta, near the villages of Mqabba and Żurrieq. Qrendi was a habited site since antiquity. Within the bounds of the village one can find the magnificent temples (UNESCO World Heritage sites) of Mnajdra and Ħaġar Qim, which date back to about 3800 B.C. As with other Copper Age remains, these rank among the oldest free-standing structures in the World. Remains of shaft graves, field catacombs, and other archaeological evidence further testify to ancient habitation in the area. During World War II, Qrendi and its surroundings hosted a number of garrisons of British forces in preparation for action against Rommel's forces in North Africa; Qrendi also became the site of an airstrip built for the Allied invasion of Sicily - this in now predominantly farmland, but some of the buildings and the line of the runway can still be found to the north of the village. Qrendi chagned considerably in recent year, with modern housing rising round its outskirts. Nevertheless much of the "old" village core remains intact and is well worth a visit. The little harbour of Wied iż-Żurrieq, from where one can take a short boat trip to the famous Blue Grotto, also falls within the confines of Qrendi.

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