Rabat, Converted House of Character ref 852455
A rare find in the beautiful historic town of Rabat (UCA) just 200 m away from the Mdina South Gate. This semi-converted HOUSE OF CHARACTER boasting all original features and high ceilings , original ‘xorok’ in all rooms plus original wooden beams. Layout at ground floor: An entrance hall - leading onto separate living room or a one car garage as desired, double bedroom with en suite overlooking a separate internal courtyard, large mill-room of circa 80sqm leading onto outdoor space with a large garden, pool and extra separate storage room outside with pool shower room, pump room and fresh water well. There also is a cellar with 4 separate rooms with internal access. On the first floor one finds 4 double bedrooms, all having en-suite facilities and walk-in wardrobes. On the second floor there is a large washroom a full ownership of roof with the possibility to build 2 further rooms at this level or 3 further double bedrooms all with en-suite facilities if used as a boutique hotel. Separate laundry area with separate service roof with permits to accommodate solar panels accordingly. Adding value to this property is a nearby large parking area with ample parking spaces considering core location of Rabat close to Mdina.
Class 3A permits for boutique hotel, residential permit, superintendence of cultural heritage
Rooms & Features
LocationRabat is a village just outside Mdina. The name of the village is derived from the Semitic word for “suburb” as it was the suburb of the old capital Mdina. New dwelling constructions have developed in the various Rabat areas, such as tal-Virtu and Ghajn Qajjet. Nowadays, this remarkable development distinguishes the old part of the town from the new. The village core still retains its medieval street pattern despite many buildings facades from the turn of the century. The mixture of architecural styles and the use of traditional building materials have combined to produce an elegant suburb to the walled city of Mdina.
Location marked on map is indicative.