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Birzebbugia Farmhouse

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Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Birzebbugia for Sale Malta
Grahame Salt

Grahame Salt

Director

M. +356 9947 4340

Farmhouse for sale in Birzebbugia

(Ref : 040606)

Selling For

In a secluded area in Birzebbuga are these two BUNGALOWS and a farmhouse with a pool and plenty of outdoor space being sold altogether. In all, the properties have a total of 8 bedrooms and are currently being used as a rental investment. Freehold.

Details

No of Bedrooms 3
Bedroom 1 Dims 5.00 x 3.80 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 6.46 x 4.80 mt
Bedroom 3 Dims 4.84 x 3.00 mt
No of Bathrooms 2
Dining Rooms 1
Dining Room Dims 4.30 x 4.30 mt
Living Room Dims 3.60 x 5.00 mt
Hall 1
Washroom 1
Car Port (No of cars) 2
Pool Yes
Terrace (Front) Yes
Terrace (Back) Yes
Terrace (Side) Yes
Type of View Country views
Airconditioning Yes
Plot Area 1345 sq mt

Location

Birzebbuga is a small but flourishing seaside resort not far from Marsaxlokk in south-east Malta. It is approximately 8 miles from the City of Valletta. Popular among Maltese holiday-makers for decades, this village is perhaps best known for its important archaeological sites, especially Ghar Dalam¸ a cave having artifacts dating back to the Neolithic Period, and "Borg in-Nadur", a prehistoric temple or settlement dating back to the Bronze Age, and a sandy beach commonly known as "Pretty Bay". The village name "Birzebbuga", from the Maltese, means a "well of olives".