Birzebbugia, Unconverted Farmhouse ref 041714
A unique property hidden in the extensive valley and surrounded by circa 24 tumoli of land. This beautiful hunting lodge is on the outskirts of Birzebbugia, limits of Hal-Ghaxaq. This house is known as Dar Ta' Pultu as it was built by a Baron named Ippolito Novantieri, way back in 1664. In need of a complete renovation, this would make the ideal home for anyone who wishes to be amidst the countryside, away from noise and pollution. Footprint of present building is circa 262sqm. A very rare Property!
36 tumoli of land
LocationBirzebbuga is a small but flourishing seaside resort not far from Marsaxlokk in south-east Malta. It is approximately 8 miles from the City of Valletta. Popular among Maltese holiday-makers for decades, this village is perhaps best known for its important archaeological sites, especially Ghar Dalam¸ a cave having artifacts dating back to the Neolithic Period, and "Borg in-Nadur", a prehistoric temple or settlement dating back to the Bronze Age, and a sandy beach commonly known as "Pretty Bay". The village name "Birzebbuga", from the Maltese, means a "well of olives".
Location marked on map is indicative.