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Valletta Penthouse

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Penthouse in Valletta for Sale Malta
Penthouse in Valletta for Sale Malta
Penthouse in Valletta for Sale Malta
Penthouse in Valletta for Sale Malta
Penthouse in Valletta for Sale Malta
James Stagno Navarra

James Stagno Navarra

Senior Property Consultant

M. +356 9949 3147

Penthouse for sale in Valletta

(Ref : 416146)

Selling For

An exquisitely finished 2 bedroom PENTHOUSE set in the most desirable area of Valletta enjoying spectacular and unique views of the Grand Harbour and the Cottonera. Property comprises 2 double bedrooms, a bathroom, a large kitchen and dining room complemented by a grand skylight and a living room with direct access to a 32sqm open terrace ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. This one-off penthouse is really a dream to be enjoyed by those who love life, enjoy entertaining and appreciate the finer things that life has to offer. Property comes with own airspace. Freehold.


No of Bedrooms 2
Bedroom 1 Dims 3.90 x 4.50 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 3.90 x 2.80 mt
No of Bathrooms 1
Dining Rooms 1
Kitchens 1
Living Room Dims 4.90 x 5.30 mt
Terrace (Front) Yes
Type of View Sea views
Airconditioning Yes
Property area 120.00 sq mt


Valletta is the capital of Malta, colloquially known as Il-Belt meaning “the city” in English. It is located in the central-eastern portion of the island. The name "Valletta" is traditionally reserved for the historic walled citadel that serves as Malta's principal administrative district. However, Valletta, like many historical city centres, forms part of a larger continuous urban agglomeration; this is often referred to as "Greater Valletta." Valletta contains buildings from the 16th century onwards, built during the rule of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. The city is essentially Baroque in character, with elements of Mannerist, Neo-Classical and Modern architecture in selected areas. The City of Valletta was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980.