Rabat, Converted House of Character ref 026680
An excellently converted HOUSE OF CHARACTER set in a peaceful street of Rabat. This is an imposing corner property with totally renovated walls, Maltese features such as traditional windows, door knockers, beams, arches, winding stair cases (garigor), traditional Maltese balconies and wrought iron works. When one walks into the property there is a good sized kitchen on the left and a good sized combined living and sitting room with a bathroom. Property has a winding staircase leading down to the cellar which has also been cleaned out and is well converted and tiled. This property has all connections for TV, Internet and existing intercoms on every level. On the first floor, one may find 3 well finished bedrooms and another good sized bathroom. The top floor comprises large washroom which could also be used as a library or any other room, as it enjoys ample natural light. Roof terrace has unobstructed spectacular views, which has been well tiled and is ideal for entertaining.
LONG LETS ARE MINIMUM OF SIX MONTHS.
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LocationRabat is a village just outside Mdina. The name of the village is derived from the Semitic word for “suburb” as it was the suburb of the old capital Mdina. New dwelling constructions have developed in the various Rabat areas, such as tal-Virtu and Ghajn Qajjet. Nowadays, this remarkable development distinguishes the old part of the town from the new. The village core still retains its medieval street pattern despite many buildings facades from the turn of the century. The mixture of architecural styles and the use of traditional building materials have combined to produce an elegant suburb to the walled city of Mdina.
Location marked on map is indicative.