Siggiewi, Converted House of Character
First time on the market is this fantastic converted 16th century HOUSE OF CHARACTER having the right blend of old world features and a modern designer finish, in the charming village of Siggiewi. Upon entering, one finds an arched entrance hall, a living room/ TV area as well as a box room. A beautiful, handcrafted staircase and a sweet landing lead to the courtyard measuring approx 25sqm, squarish in layout and totally private. Furthermore one finds a guest toilet, study and a room with lovely arches hosting the kitchen and dining area, both of which lead to the courtyard. Upstairs one finds a guest bathroom, 3 double bedrooms, main bedroom having a shower en-suite, fireplace and an extra room which can be turned into a large walk-in wardrobe. On the second floor, a washroom leads to two roof terraces, one of which has lovely views of the church whilst the other enjoys country views. The house comes with a lot of extras such as solar water heater, a water system, alarm as well as all the fitted furniture. A lovely family home.
Asking € 520 000
Siggiewi is a village in the southwestern part of Malta. It is situated on a plateau, a few kilometres away from Mdina, the ancient capital city of Malta, and 10 km away from Valletta, the contemporary capital. Siggiewi lies in fertile agricultural land, the parish covering a central and western strip of Malta from picturesque coastline of Dingli Cliffs to Buskett Gardens and Verdala Palace near Rabat. The area takes in some attractive and typical Maltese countryside. It includes charming out of the way hamlets, such as Fawwara and small wayside chapels.