Terraced houses in Malta are perfect for larger families and usually built in the traditional, sturdy style with Maltese limestone. These homes have thick walls, high ceilings and extra-large rooms, adjoining neighbouring terraced houses side by side. The floors are covered with anything from traditional tiles to polished marble. When it comes to accommodation, terraced houses can have up to seven bedrooms, ideal for extended families. Considering this people also consider investing in terraced houses due to the high rental market in Malta. Terraced Houses are lovely homes which are quite sought out for in Malta, so keep an eye out for these kinds of properties.
Due to this very reason, many property buyers and investors also consider purchasing terraced houses due to the high rental market in Malta. Terraced houses are extremely attractive homes and quite sought-after in Malta, so we advisefor anyone keen to buy, to always be on the lookout for these prime investment properties. The best solution is to find an agent specialising in this architectural style, build up a good relationship with them and they will then be able to notify you the moment new stock becomes available on the market. The other option is to sign up for notifications on the Frank Salt Real Estate website, whereby you will be notified every time a property has a price reduction, is sold or new homes in this category come onto the market.
Interiors are generous, with entrance halls featuring impressive staircases leading to the upper floors, arriving at spacious landings which lead off to the bedrooms. Handcrafted woodwork can be found everywhere, keeping traditional Maltese craftsmanship alive and well. Entrances to living and dining rooms on the lower levels often feature traditional Roman arches, welcoming visitors to its spacious, airy rooms. Kitchens are large, a place where the whole family can gather for many a celebration.
The staircase with its elaborate balustrades and exquisitely detailed railing is usually the centrepiece of the home. Bedrooms are extra-large and airy and some will have en-suite bathrooms. The staircase will lead all the way to the roof and this may only be reached after ascending past several floors, all of the latter leading off to additional bedrooms. Rooftops traditionally have wash rooms and a place to dry clothes, but many of these have been converted to include outdoor living spaces with decks, patios and some may even have rooftop plunge pools and Jacuzzis installed. The roof space usually comes with full ownership and it is the ideal place to watch the sunset on warm summer evenings.
Terraced houses may have back gardens and yards accessed from the ground floor rooms and the space is often big enough to accommodate a small pool or outdoor entertainment area. This type of home usually includes some type of off-street parking or even garages, interconnected to the house itself.
It is therefore obvious why terraced houses are at the top of any prospective investor’s “must have” list. Terraced houses have space, offer a brilliant lifestyle choice, more than often come with off-street parking and are ideal to live in with an extended family or rent out.