Birkirkara, Converted Palazzo ref 313748



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A flawlessly converted PALAZZO in a cobbled street in the heart of Birkirkara. An impeccable one off property in this town, which decades ago housed the Law Courts in the central part of the Island. A splendid hall way conveys the visitor to three reception rooms and a grand courtyard with an elevated terrace - a heaven for people who like to entertain. The ground floor also has a beautiful cellar, a bedroom leading to a back alley, providing a second private entrance to the property. An authentic stone artistic staircase leads to a first floor spacious welcoming landing. This massive floor includes a 45 sqm ‘Sala Nobile’, 13m wide front balcony, another balcony on to the back alley, an upstairs living room and three double bedrooms. The palazzo is adorned with typical Maltese old world features like wooden beams, baroque doors, stone carvings, birth room and high ceilings. A home envisaged for the person with passion and flair for unique period houses.

Items Included in Price

Excellently converted palazzo in mint condition.

Rooms & Features

No of Bedrooms: 4

Bedroom 1 Dims: 3.90 x 3.46 mt

Bedroom 2 Dims: 3.59 x 3.63 mt

Bedroom 3 Dims: 3.49 x 3.66 mt

Bedroom 4 Dims: 5.82 x 4.22 mt

No of Bathrooms: 1

Showers No of: 1

Reception Dims: 7.15 x 3.26 mt

Dining Room Dims: 3.11 x 4.46 mt

Kitchen Dims: 2.58 x 3.30 mt

Living Room Dims: 4.17 x 3.76 mt

Study Dimensions: 1

Store Room Dimensions: 2.20 x 2.00 mt

Hall: 1

Washroom: 1

Other Room 1 Dims: 3.48 x 3.18 mt

Other Room 2 Dims: 3.50 x 3.22 mt

Swimming Pool: Yes

Swimming Pool Type: Space for Pool

Courtyard (Dims): 6.91 x 6.23 mt (Large)

Balconies (Front): 1

Balconies (Back): 1

Terrace (Back): Yes

Shops: Close by


Birkirkara is a city in central Malta. It is the largest and most populous localities on the island and consists of four autonomous parishes: St Helen, St Joseph, Our Lady of the Carmel and St Mary. It also houses one of the most famous colleges in Malta, St Aloysius' College. There are many places of interest in Birkirkara, amongst them the Old Railway Station which is today located within a public garden. Trains were used as means of transportation across the island until the Railway's closure in 1931. Other town features include the aqueducts built by Grandmaster Wignacourt in the 17th Century and St Helen's basilica, one of the most beautiful churches on the Maltese islands, housing Malta's largest bell. Birkirkara has grown into an important commercial centre as well as a densely populated residential area. See other properties in Birkirkara
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