Wonderfully converted palazzino originally built in 1617 is located in the Capital City and enjoys spectacular views of the harbour and the Three Cities from roof level. The current owners of this delightful property have ensured that it was converted to very high standards and retained all of its original features.
Upon entering this lovely property, a welcoming hall takes you through to the court yard leading to a reading/music room and a guest single bedroom. At first floor level one finds a double bedroom and a single bedroom as well as a guest shower room serving these two bedrooms. The wide original limestone staircase continues to take you up to the grand Sala Nobile which has been so beautifully restored into a sitting/dining room including a traditional fireplace having a wood burning stove. This lavish room is filled with natural light coming in from the traditional Maltese balcony and two large windows. On this level, one finds a kitchen/breakfast area, the main bedroom with en-suite bathroom, and a guest toilet. At third floor level, one then finds an artist studio with an en-suite which can be easily converted into a large double bedroom. This room leads to a large terrace and to the roof terrace from where one can enjoy breathtaking views of our beautiful Grand Harbour. The terrace has been elevated with a hard-wearing ceramic decking and has the possibility of adding an outdoor kitchen making it a wonderful area for entertaining. Special attention has also been given to the lighting effects throughout the whole property and when lit, they give a serene and tranquil ambiance which takes you back in time.