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Houses of Character
Vittoriosa
560,000
132847

Houses of Character

Vittoriosa

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132847




560,000

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Beautifully restored 3-storey townhouse occupying a footprint of some 85 sqm situated in a quaint street in the heart of this historical city. This property has been meticulously converted and fully restored over the last 3 years. Accommodation covers 200 sqm and comprises: on the ground floor a pretty entrance hall, lounge, good space under the lovely stone stairwell having a triple height ceiling with skylight, toilet, internal yard, modern kitchen / dining opening onto a backyard used as an outdoor living area and internal yard. 1st floor comprises a lovely main bedroom, a luxurious bathroom, box room and laundry room; 2nd floor 2 double bedrooms, en-suite and “garigor” leading to the brand new fully insulated roof. Price includes a beautiful fitted kitchen and 7 brand new solar panels. Also available for sale is a nearby street level 40 sqm garage having 2 storage rooms, yard, WC and an underlying 30 sqm cellar.

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SPECIFICATIONS

No of Bedrooms
3
Total No of Bathrooms
2
En-suite
1
Guest Toilet
1
Open Plan
Yes
Kitchen/Dining/Living
Garage
Yes
Views
Building Views
Back Yard
Yes
Roof Terrace
Yes
Location
Inland
Property area (sq mtrs)
200.00

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INFORMATION



Image titleVittoriosa, or Birgu, one of the Three Cities, lies on one of the promontories jutting into Grand Harbour, opposite Valletta. At its tip is Fort St Angelo, perhaps the oldest fortification on the Islands. The strategic position of both fort and city over the millennia has led some to call this area `the cradle of Maltese history'. Certainly settlers and rulers from the Phoenicians to the British all made use of the defences here. To honour the part played by the city of Birgu, Grand Master de Valette renamed it Civitas Vittoriosa, `Victorious Town'. Vittoriosa was the first home of the Knights when they arrived in 1530. As such, it contains many important architectural riches. The Knights `auberges' (inns of residence), palaces and churches here are older than those in Valletta. Highlights include the Church of St Lawrence, designed by Malta's most prominent baroque architect, Lorenzo Gafà, the Inquisitor's Palace, Fort St Angelo and the Maritime Museum.

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