Birkirkara, Unconverted Town House ref 618142



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A charming, well kept, structurally sound TOWNHOUSE situated close to all amenities yet tucked away from the hustle and bustle of this vibrant village. This typical Maltese dwelling which was reconstructed after being bombed in the second world war, where miraculously no one got hurt, making this property a documented part of the Maltese history. The property currently offers a welcoming hallway with a typical Maltese "Antiporta" which leads to a reception area which stages a grand staircase. The large rooms to follow down stairs include a kitchen, a bathroom, a sitting room and a formal dining room which leads to a side yard. The sleeping quarters upstairs currently consist of 3 very large bedrooms (which can easily be converted into more) and a bathroom. On the top most level there is also a spacious washroom which further leads to another large room on the roof itself. The property is being sold with full roof and airspace. Due to the size, natural light and character of this property it would make an ideal residence, guest house or prestigious office block. Freehold.

Rooms & Features

No of Bedrooms: 3

Bedroom 1 Dims: 5.20 x 5.60 mt

Bedroom 2 Dims: 3.50 x 4.50 mt

Bedroom 3 Dims: 2.80 x 5.70 mt

No of Bathrooms: 2

Reception Dims: 4.30 x 3.50 mt

Dining Room Dims: 4.50 x 3.50 mt

Kitchen Dims: 6.20 x 2.60 mt

Living Room Dims: 4.50 x 4.40 mt

Back Yard (Dims): 9.90 x 1.50 mt (Small)

Balconies (Front): 1

Has Views: Excellent Town views

Type of View: Town views

Finish: Fair

Shops: Close by


Birkirkara is a city in central Malta. It is the largest and most populous localities on the island and consists of four autonomous parishes: St Helen, St Joseph, Our Lady of the Carmel and St Mary. It also houses one of the most famous colleges in Malta, St Aloysius' College. There are many places of interest in Birkirkara, amongst them the Old Railway Station which is today located within a public garden. Trains were used as means of transportation across the island until the Railway's closure in 1931. Other town features include the aqueducts built by Grandmaster Wignacourt in the 17th Century and St Helen's basilica, one of the most beautiful churches on the Maltese islands, housing Malta's largest bell. Birkirkara has grown into an important commercial centre as well as a densely populated residential area. See other properties in Birkirkara
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