Property descriptionRecently renovated, double fronted TOWNHOUSE in the heart of this much sought after village. Packed with character and period features, this marvelous property has been meticulously restored with no expenses spared to meet the demanding requirements of a 21st century family. A wide entrance hall with typical Maltese patterned tiles is flanked by an office with an arched ceiling. A very large central courtyard gives natural light to all rooms surrounding it including a fully equipped kitchen, guest bathroom and a stylish and airy living and dining area furnished with bespoke furniture and high end gadgetry such as 4K movie projector, top class sound system, electronic blackout shades and more. Also on the ground floor, a chill-out lounge with overlying bedroom and en-suite facilities and a gym/pilates area ideal as guest quarters or a granny flat. The back of the property houses a good sized pool with waterfall effect, shower and toilet facilities, barbeque area and outdoor dining facilities ideal for entertaining. A majestic staircase leads to the first floor level where one finds 2 very large bedrooms with a sharing bathroom and a 3rd bedroom with private bathroom facilities which lead onto a spacious terrace overlooking the pool and outdoor area. Adding further value to this unique property is an interconnected 3 car garage, 2 wells (one of which is being converted into a spa area with jacuzzi), numerous underground rooms/cellars ideal for wine storage and 2 newly restored central heating units. A high grade wi-fi system guarantees high speed connectivity throughout the property despite the thick walls whilst allowing for remote access to security cameras and mobile control of all intelligent lighting. A fine example of a professionally renovated period townhouse that must be seen to be truly appreciated. Items Included in Price Some fitted furnitureJacuzzi / Spa in wellIntelligent lighting/shades
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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.