Kalkara, Furnished Penthouse ref 414451
An absolute gem in this beautiful seaside village. Extremely well located within a few minutes walk to Rinella Bay and a short drive to Smart City Malta, comes this unique 400sqm (approx.) PENTHOUSE offering a high standard of finish focused on high energy efficiency through the installation of triple glazed external apertures, Siemens solar heating system and roof hydro insulation. Furthermore, property benefits from plenty of outdoor entertaining space, 11 well-lit rooms, ownership of airspace and 3 garages of 1 car each at semi-basement level within the same block. Accommodation boasts an entrance hall followed by a reception area, spacious living room, separate kitchen, dining, a kitchenette overlooking an impressive 130sqm front terrace with side sea views, 6 double bedrooms - 2 of which with an en suite and main with walk-in-wardrobe with the possibility of a seventh bedroom, study room, 2 spare bathrooms having under floor heating and a back terrace. Other features of this exceptional home include laminated parquet flooring, skirting throughout, American walnut internal doors and a ventilation system that controls humidity levels inside the property. Additionally, most furniture is also included in the price. This property must be seen to be truly appreciated.
3 semi-basement garages - one of which with water & electricity, fitted Kitchen with appliances, 3 air-conditioning units, dining table & chairs, sofa, 3D Panasonic TV (LED), electrical piano, bedroom furniture in 4 rooms, computer desk, etc...
Rooms & Features
LocationKalkara 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
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