Property descriptionThis meticulously restored, MAJESTIC TOWN HOUSE is a true gem with a distinguished feel. The property is located in the heart of Birgu, an enchanting, historical city. It offers four levels of spacious living quarters, served with a glass lift from the ground level to the roof, and provides many additional luxuries befitting such a house. There are numerous outdoor areas, ideally established as terrace gardens and entertainment spaces, commanding extensive views over the Three Cities and Valletta's Grand Harbour. Luxurious accommodation begins with a striking entrance hallway with vaulted stone arches, large enough to be used as a foyer reception area, adjacent to an impressive high-ceiling formal dining and sitting room. Also on the ground floor a double bedroom, stone-arched study, the first kitchen-living room, TV lounge, bathroom, wine cellar and pantry all surround a serene central courtyard. On the first floor four large double bedrooms, two with en-suites, a cot room and a separate main bathroom. The second floor offers another spacious kitchen-living area leading through an all-weather dining area to a deck with a large jacuzzi, a gym, storeroom, spare toilet and sunny garden terrace. The lower roof level brings two impressive sunny terraces with open views, a comfortable Penthouse style double bedroom suite with ensuite shower room and the front lawn terrace. The upper roof terrace commands 360o of outstanding panoramic views. This unique residence combines many original and contemporary features further enhancing the overall package. A superb, outstanding property. Items Included in Price All fitted furniture and fixtures, reverse osmosis system that feeds the entire water supply of the house, latest technology in Wi-Fi system, Wheelchair accessible Glass Lift all the way up to the Third level, Two kitchens, Gym Area, Jacuzzi Area.
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Birgu is a typical Maltese village with so much history, museums, cafes, wine bars and top restaurants. When the Knights of St John arrived in 1530 they transferred the capital of Malta from Mdina to Birgu for its strategic location and ability to keep watch over their naval fleet. Here you can find Fort St… read more »