Kalkara, Converted Town House ref 751402

Kalkara

€750,000

Description

A most charming and bright TOWNHOUSE having beautiful patterned tiles throughout. Entrance opens into a traditional hall way full of natural light coming from the back yard which is nicely decorated with plants. An elegant stone carved staircase leads up to two spacious bedrooms, both with en-suite and a washroom. The main staircase leads further up to a wide living and dining area flooded with natural light, a kitchen/breakfast with a back terrace enjoying views and a spare toilet. This attractive house also has a study room at roof level with surrounding terraces with sea views.
Energy Performance Certificate - Energy use: 80 kWh/m2yr, Carbon Dioxide Emissions: 17 kg/m2yr.

Rooms & Features

No of Bedrooms: 2

Bedroom 1 Dims: 4.72 x 3.97 mt

Bedroom 2 Dims: 4.38 x 3.03 mt

Showers No of: 2

Dining Room Dims: 3.40 x 3.79 mt

Kitchen Dims: 4.72 x 3.97 mt

Living Room Dims: 3.03 x 4.38 mt

Study Dimensions: 1

Store Room Dimensions: 1.00 x 1.50 mt

Hall: 1

Washroom: 1

Back Yard (Dims): 3.52 x -9999.00 mt

Balconies (Front): 4

Terrace (Back): 4.30 x 2.00 mt

Has Views: Very Good Sea views

Type of View: Sea views

Finish: Very Good

Airconditioning: Yes

Shops: Close by

Location

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
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Kalkara, Converted Town House

Ref. 751402

Kalkara

€750,000

Description

A most charming and bright TOWNHOUSE having beautiful patterned tiles throughout. Entrance opens into a traditional hall way full of natural light coming from the back yard which is nicely decorated with plants. An elegant stone carved staircase leads up to two spacious bedrooms, both with en-suite and a washroom. The main staircase leads further up to a wide living and dining area flooded with natural light, a kitchen/breakfast with a back terrace enjoying views and a spare toilet. This attractive house also has a study room at roof level with surrounding terraces with sea views.
Energy Performance Certificate - Energy use: 80 kWh/m2yr, Carbon Dioxide Emissions: 17 kg/m2yr.

Rooms & Features

No of Bedrooms: 2

Bedroom 1 Dims: 4.72 x 3.97 mt

Bedroom 2 Dims: 4.38 x 3.03 mt

Showers No of: 2

Dining Room Dims: 3.40 x 3.79 mt

Kitchen Dims: 4.72 x 3.97 mt

Living Room Dims: 3.03 x 4.38 mt

Study Dimensions: 1

Store Room Dimensions: 1.00 x 1.50 mt

Hall: 1

Washroom: 1

Back Yard (Dims): 3.52 x -9999.00 mt

Balconies (Front): 4

Terrace (Back): 4.30 x 2.00 mt

Has Views: Very Good Sea views

Type of View: Sea views

Finish: Very Good

Airconditioning: Yes

Shops: Close by

Location

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
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