Zejtun, Converted Town House ref 418056




Hard to come by TOWNHOUSE situated in an urban conservation area in the charming village of Zejtun. Property enjoys an interconnecting 2-car garage and another room at ground floor level (approx. 60sqm), with a bathroom and permits for a shop thus making it ideal for someone who would like to open up a business and work from home. Furthermore at first floor level one finds a modernised layout with a rustic finish open plan kitchen, living and dining area, main bathroom and three bedrooms. Property has the benefit of a washroom and ownership of roof. Must be seen to be appreciated.


Rooms & Features

No of Bedrooms: 3

Bedroom 1 Dims: 3.96 x 2.74 mt

Bedroom 2 Dims: 4.27 x 2.44 mt

Bedroom 3 Dims: 3.96 x 4.27 mt

No of Bathrooms: 1

Dining Room Dims: 0.30 x 0.30 mt combined

Kitchen Dims: 7.92 x 4.88 mt combined

Living Room Dims: 0.30 x 0.30 mt combined

Washroom: 1

Other Room 1 Dims: 10.06 x 3.66 mt

Garages (No of): 1

Garage No of Cars: 1

Balconies (Front): 3

Has Views: Very Good Town views

Type of View: Town views

Finish: Very Good

Airconditioning: Yes

Shops: Within walking distance

Property Blocks


Zejtun is a medium sized town in the south of Malta. Zejtun's origins lie in antiquity judging by discoveries in the area of Punic tombs and the remains of a large Roman villa complete with cisterns and olive press. Zejtun was elevated to town status by the last Grand Master in Malta, Ferdinand de Hompesch, who named it `Citta' Beland' after his mother's lineage. Zejtun, lying near to Marsaxlokk and Marsascala Bays, was easily open to attack from Barbary Corsairs and the Ottoman Turks. You can still see some fortified houses in the village core. Zejtun today retains much of historical interest. The Parish Church of St Catherine (1692), described as `the cathedral of the South', is perhaps the finest work of Maltese architect Lorenzo Gafa'. See other properties in Zejtun
Location marked on map is indicative.