Zurrieq, Converted House of Character ref 656125
Property Available From: Feb 05, 2020
Exceptional, unique, CONVERTED HOUSE OF CHARACTER adopting a stylish blend of modern and old features, located in a quaint, tranquil lane surrounded by fields. Abundant in natural light in all rooms, this property offers a comfortable layout as follows: a welcoming entrance/hallway, leading onto a very spacious kitchen and dining area with an overlying large skylight, a pantry and side yard, a good sized living room with a guest toilet and a further room at semi-basement level, currently used as a dry cellar. The living room leads onto a 200 sqm garden with a well-proportioned swimming pool, well, store room, toilet/shower room, pump room and ample deck/BBQ area, ideal for entertaining throughout most of the year. On the first floor one finds : four double bedrooms with the main enjoying the comfort of an en suite, walk-in wardrobe, bathroom and a back balcony overlooking the pool area. Further complementing this property is a large washroom at roof level and two sunny roof terraces with extensive town and country views. This insulated farmhouse is converted to very high standards, with finishes such as gres non-slip exterior and interior tiles, double-glazing, gypsum plastering and false ceilings, air conditioning units in most rooms, a state-of-the-art kitchen which includes an industrial cooker and stainless steel fitted appliances, a solar water heater and much more. This property is a true gem and must be seen to be appreciated. PROPERTY IS ALSO FOR-SALE.
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LocationZurrieq is the largest village in the southern area, and one of the original medieval parishes. Much of the village survives from the time before the arrival of the Knights and provides an insight into pre-baroque Malta. The village is near the picturesque, tiny harbour of Wied iz-Zurrieq at the end of a rugged valley. From the harbour, you can take a short boat trip to the Blue Grotto, a series of natural, sea-level caves, and a local beauty spot. Zurrieq and the surrounding area are rich in archaeological and historic sites, including several ancient chapels, a Roman tower, Punic tombs and a strange, free-standing room with an Egyptian cornice - possibly part of a temple of Melqart mentioned by Ptolemy, the 2nd century Greek geographer and astronomer. The chapels at Hal-Millieri, on the fringes of Zurrieq, were built between the 14th and 16th centuries; in one you can still see the original medieval frescoes. See other properties in Zurrieq
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