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Sole Agency Xewkija Farmhouse

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Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Xewkija for Sale Malta
Josienne Degaetano

Josienne Degaetano

Senior Property Consultant

M. +356 7979 3379

Farmhouse for sale in Xewkija

(Ref : 100804)

Selling For

Very large, typical traditional FARMHOUSE, set in the heart of the old part of the village in authentic surroundings. Having two central courtyards, exceptionally large living and dining area, kitchen, breakfast room, second living room with open fireplace, four large bedrooms, three baths/showers, terraces, pool, garden and carport, store rooms, etc. Lots of traditional features. Excellent residence. Furniture optional.

Details

No of Bedrooms 4
Bedroom 1 Dims 4.27 x 5.49 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 4.27 x 5.49 mt
Bedroom 3 Dims 4.27 x 4.88 mt
Bedroom 4 Dims 3.50 x 4.00 mt
No of Bathrooms 1
Toilets No of 1
Showers No of 1
Receptions No of 1
Reception Dims 3.05 x 3.66 mt
Dining Rooms 2
Dining Room Dims 3.05 x 5.49 mt
Living Room Dims 4.27 x 4.57 mt
Car Port (No of cars) 1
Pool Yes
Airconditioning Yes

Location

Xewkija is a village situated between Ghajnsielem and the capital town, Victoria. It is the oldest village in Gozo. The mighty Xewkija rotunda, along with Victoria's Citadel, is the most conspicuous landmark in Gozo. The dome is one of the biggest in the world yet, for most Gozitans, it is not quite big enough; the intention was to exceed the dimensions of the Mosta Dome in Malta, which it succeeds in height but not in diameter. The Church was built between 1951 and 1971, during which time services were held in the baroque church. The exterior of the church has been compared to the Salute in Venice; the proportions and the baroque style are certainly reminiscent, though the external decoration is not as abundant.