Property descriptionThis house of character, currently offered in shell condition, The exterior of the house features a distinctive facade with ornate detailing, showcasing the craftsmanship and attention to detail that characterizes the local architecture. The property is on a plot of circa 349 sqm , providing ample space for a very comfortable living together with a spacious outdoor area, offering the perfect canvas for creating a lush garden or a tranquil courtyard. As you step inside, the grandeur of the house becomes evident. The layout is designed to accommodate six bedrooms, each providing a canvas for individualized style and comfort. The interior spaces are characterized by high ceilings, large windows, and an abundance of natural light, creating an airy and inviting atmosphere. The shell condition allows for the customization of the living spaces, enabling the incorporation of modern amenities and conveniences while preserving the inherent character of the house. The potential for a spacious kitchen, dining area, and multiple living spaces ensures that the house can effortlessly cater to both family life and entertaining guests. The architectural elements, such as arches, stone accents, and traditional flooring, contribute to the overall charm of the property. One of the notable features of this house is its versatility. Whether you envision a cozy family home, a vacation retreat, or a unique bed and breakfast, the property's shell condition provides the flexibility to fulfill a variety of lifestyle needs. . With its unique character, potential for customization, and the promise of six bedrooms, this house offers a rare opportunity to create a residence that harmonizes with both tradition and modern living. Property is being offered freehold and including a spacious road level garage!
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Kirkop is a small village with a population of 2,191 people in an area of 1.1km² and is located in the Southern region of Malta bordering Mqabba, Safi, Zurrieq and Luqa. Kirkop has a lot of history dating back to Punic times with remains of catacombs spread around the village with most of them still… read more »