Kalkara, Converted Town House ref 213517




Situated in one of the most desirable areas in the south of Malta and enjoying total tranquillity and breath-taking sea and country views is this lovely TOWN HOUSE which has been converted by its present owners. Property consists of a welcoming entrance hall leading to a large reception area, a lovely kitchen full of natural light; combined dining and living area leading to a fascinating back yard which leads to landscaped outdoor area featuring a pool with a separate Jacuzzi. Furthermore accommodation is made up of three double bedrooms with an en suite shower and a walk-in wardrobe, a separate main bathroom, washroom and roof with full airspace. Property is being sold as is with solar panels, fitted solid kitchen with appliances, solid doors. A major plus to this property is a three-car garage which is interconnected at street level. Freehold

Items Included in Price

solid kitchen appliances solid doors

Rooms & Features

No of Bedrooms: 3

Bedroom 1 Dims: 4.00 x 5.00 mt

Bedroom 2 Dims: 3.70 x 3.90 mt

Bedroom 3 Dims: 4.00 x 6.00 mt

No of Bathrooms: 2

Showers No of: 1

Reception Dims: 4.00 x 3.00 mt

Dining Room Dims: 7.00 x 4.00 mt combined

Kitchen Dims: 7.00 x 4.00 mt combined

Living Room Dims: 3.00 x 6.00 mt combined

Washroom: 1

Garages (No of): 1

Garage No of Cars: 3

Swimming Pool: Yes

Swimming Pool Type: Private

Garden (dims): 7.00 x 8.00 mt (Large)

Balconies (Front): 1

Terrace (Back): 7.00 x 2.00 mt

Has Views: Excellent Country views

Type of View: Country views

Finish: Excellent

Airconditioning: Yes

Shops: Far off


Kalkara is a small town consisting of two inlets that sprout out in the Grand Harbour of Malta. These are respectively known as Rinella Bay and Kalkara Creek. It also comprises two peninsulas, known as Bighi and as Ricasoli. Kalkara forms part of the inner harbour area and although not geographically part of Cottonera, as the three cities of Vittoriosa, Cospicua and Senglea are known, it is unofficially included in this grouping due to its close proximity. The name comes from the Latin word for lime as there was a lime kiln present there since Roman times. See other properties in Kalkara
Location marked on map is indicative.