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Houses of Character
Sannat
750
*monthly
008454

Houses of Character

Sannat

Available On: 01/06/2019

008454




750

*monthly

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A very welcoming property recently updated and converted into a three bedroom Town House with typical features including high ceilings with wooden beams, pattered floor tiles and an abundance of light. The entrance hall leads to a sitting room with fireplace, a separate living area and combined kitchen/dining all overlooking the pool area. The ground floor also has a double bedroom and a bathroom. The first floor is accessed through the original stone staircase and comprises an additional two bedrooms and living area. The south facing pool area benefits from plenty of direct sunlight and is mostly private. It’s equipped with stone BBQ, deck chairs and table and chairs. The combined kitchen and dining area have all the necessary equipment together with a dishwasher.

PROPERTY 

SPECIFICATIONS

No of Bedrooms
3
Total No of Bathrooms
3
En-suite
1
Kitchen B'fast
1
Sitting Room
1
Furniture
Yes
Washing Machine
Yes
Dish Washer
Yes
BBQ
Yes
Telephone Installed
Yes
Hob
Yes
Oven
Yes
Utensils
Yes
Cable TV
Yes
Linen
Yes
Views
Building Views
Swimming Pool
Yes
Side Garden
Yes
Back Terrace
Yes

LOCALITY 

INFORMATION



Image titleEven today, you may still chance across women sitting at their door steps working the bobbins, though this outdoor socialising and working has all but died out. The village leads to Gozo's highest cliffs, Ta' Ċenċ, some 130 metres high. The cliffs were important in the times of the Knights as they provided an excellent breeding ground for their Peregrine hunting falcons. The cliffs today are home to a large colony of Corry Sheerwaters; the last falcons died out in the 1980s. The cliff top is home to some enigmatic archaeological sites. The prehistoric `cart ruts', parallel tracks hewn in the rock, are so close to the edge as to defy logic. On the plateau overlooking the village lie the remains of a temple and further along are several menhirs, or standing stones, thought to be a kind of megalithic `painting gallery', the only one of its kind on the Islands. In the village itself you can see traces of its ancient origins. Several stone balconies are in Moorish style. One of the few archaeological remains from Arabic times, a grave stone, was found in the Sannat area, close to Xewkija. The village also has a remarkable number of religious niches.

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