Property Details ref 752433

Senglea, Unconverted Palazzo

Senglea

EUR500,000

This beautiful and very special historic property was formerly part of an old PALAZZO. It is centuries old and once belonged to a shipbuilder from the Knights era. During the British era it housed the city's police station and it now awaits the right buyer to restore it back to its original glory. With its facade adorned with baroque architectural features and its interiors featuring timber beams, a dome-shaped well, an imposing stone staircase and limestone walls, this property will give you an instant taste of Maltese history. The building is composed of 3 full floors, a recessed floor at the top and a basement cellar. The ground floor consists of a large room ideal as a reception or living room, a roofed central courtyard which can potentially be unroofed to bring in more natural light and a smaller room at the rear. The next two floors contain six rooms, including a double-height room which provides an opportunity to include a mezzanine level. From the overlying roof terraces you will be able to enjoy extraordinary views of the Grand Harbour. What's more, the ground floor and the upper levels also contain a small room which would be the ideal space for a lift shaft connecting the different floors. Once converted, this property could potentially have three to four bedrooms and possibly more than two bathrooms. If you would love to own a piece of Maltese history in one of the island's most charming locations close to Valletta, this property comes highly recommended. SOLE AGENTS.

No of Bedrooms: 4

Bedroom 1 Dims: 5.20 x 4.50 mt

Bedroom 2 Dims: 5.20 x 4.50 mt

Bedroom 3 Dims: 2.30 x 4.00 mt

Bedroom 4 Dims: 4.00 x 2.00 mt

No of Bathrooms: 1

Kitchen Dims: 1.70 x 3.70 mt

Living Room Dims: 4.40 x 5.00 mt

Washroom: 1

Basement: Yes

Other Room 1 Dims: 2.50 x 3.90 mt

Other Room 2 Dims: 2.50 x 3.90 mt

Courtyard (Dims): 4.60 x 2.70 mt (Small)

Balconies (Front): 1

Terrace (Front): 6.00 x 4.70 mt

Shops: Within walking distance


Location marked on map is indicative.
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