Victoria, Converted Farmhouse
A very rare 17th-century FARMHOUSE featuring imposing stone archways leading to beautifully south-facing large garden (80ft x 88ft) with mature olive and palm trees and a superb swimming pool (12m x 13.5m). The surrounding patios (over 100m) with a built-in shower and BBQ area enjoy great views of the impressive Citadel and the formidable bastions, particularly at night. Accommodation comprises a wide hall, a large room presently used as a games room, a spacious arched mill room with fitted kitchen/breakfast area, a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, main bathroom and a box room under the stairway. A traditional, wide stone staircase leads up to an airy wrap-around, double wall loggia that opens onto three large rooms, two en suite bathrooms and a large open terrace overlooking pastoral Gelmus Hill and beyond. An outside stairway with wrought iron railings leads down to the pool area and garden. There are five artisan wells inside the natural rock, three of which are interconnected to each other with tunnels dating back to the Knights of St. John. An automatic pump supplies most of the water to two reservoirs on the roof.Great location within walking distance to all basic amenities including bus terminus, Citadel, restaurants, etc.
Asking € 850 000
Rabat, Victoria is the capital of Gozo and by population is the largest locality in Gozo. In the heart of Victoria lies the Citadella (Citadel), which has been the centre of activity of the island since possibly Neolithic times, but is known to be first fortified during the Bronze Age approximately around 1500 BC.