Features & Amenities
This home is a recently re-fitted, corner terraced house in a quiet part of San Gwann. All the utilities of this property have been replaced less than 4 years ago and the house is ready to move into. Its orientation, with open spaces in front of the property means the property is bursting with light throughout. Sitting on a plot of approx. 128sqm and built up on 3 floors, this is a spacious house ideal for a large family.
The property enjoys a raised front porch with main entrance leading into a wide entrance hall with an outlook towards the magnificent staircase and backyard. It enjoys a large living room, dining room and a modern fitted kitchen with a large pantry as well as a full bathroom at ground floor.
On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms, main with walk-in wardrobe and a large newly fitted bathroom with bath and shower. A large drying terrace with laundry cabinet compliments this level. At second floor level is a massive open space, that can be used and split as to one’s requirement. It could be a large office, gym, cinema room, studio, etc. or it can be split into two bedrooms with a bathroom. At roof level is a large washroom with roof terrace.
A lift/elevator can easily be installed to access all levels.
The Property does not come with a garage, however some amendment could be made to include one and there is a great deal of on-street parking available.
Truly a property bursting with potential and aching to call itself home to a deserving family.
San Gwann is a centrally located town in Malta and abuts onto St. Julians as well as Gzira, both within walking distance.
San Gwann has grown rapidly over the last decade and one will today find a wide range of amenities, from large supermarkets to several banks as well as great shopping options and many good eateries.
There are a few archaeological remains in the area, suggesting that San Ġwann has an ancient history. There are a pair of cart ruts found near the area of Sant Andrija, whose dating is not definite but is assumed to be pre-Punic times, probably carved out during the Bronze Age period from 2300-1000 BC. Their function is also not established but they are usually presumed to be a transport facility. These cart ruts suggest that there was a pre-historic agricultural community living in San Gwann, who farmed the fertile valleys of Wied Ghomor, Wied il-Ballut and Wied Ghollieqa.