Property descriptionZebbug - A gem of a property, a unique unconverted house of character, built circa 400 years ago, during the Plague. Located within UCA, and constructed at the same time as the Chapel dedicated to St Roque located within the same town. Totally around 14 rooms, set on around 400 square metres footprint, in a square layout, around a central large private courtyard, the property was originally used as a dwelling and as a farm with stables. In fact, all original features have been retained including: three birthrooms four mangers for animals stables wooden beams and stone ceilings in a very good state and structurally sound large mill room (mithna) Sculptures and coat of arms in stone in main bedroom high windows on facade to prevent intruders from entering external stone stairs to two separate upstairs rooms This property also features two entrances, making it ideal to consider for a home office with separate entrance. One can also consider building all or part of the first floor. It can either be converted into a beautiful family home with garden and pool, or bought as an investment for a boutique hotel, elite company offices, and many more options.... Phenomenal price for its' size and potential. Freehold.
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Zebbug literally means “olives” in Maltese; it derives from the large olive groves that stood in and around the current location of the church and town centre. The town is also known as Citta Rohan.