Property descriptionL-IMDINA – A unique and rare property in Malta”s old Capital City. A stunning home, featuring a double-fronted facade in one of the largest squares in Imdina, with an outstanding view from it”s rooftop. This property, which is over 200 years old, has a mix of features, some dating back to the norman period. In fact, one can clearly note the Arab, Norman and Knights of Malta architectural periods throughout the home. It”s set on three floors, and has a total of three to four bedrooms and three bathrooms. On entering this beautiful property, one finds a welcoming entrance hall leading on to rooms on either side, a spacious study, a cellar – converted to a living room, toilet and a beautiful stone carved staircase leading to the upper levels. At first floor level one finds a formal dining room, a kitchen, bar and the most beautiful Sala Nobile with four meter high ceilings and access to a terrace. The second floor (top floor), is accessible via traditional spiral staircase, leading onto guest quarters and a roof terrace of 50sqm which has a stunning views. The property has a squarish layout and no third party, which is also a rare find in such historical buildings. This is truly one of a kind property. Viewing by appointment is recommended.
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Mdina is a fortified city in the Central region of Malta with a population of just 300 people bordering Attard, Rabat and Mtarfa. Also known as Citta Nobile after all the Noble families that once lived there, Mdina used to be the Capital of Malta and held great importance. With almost 3000 years of history,… read more »