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Terraced House in Fgura for Sale Malta
Terraced House in Fgura for Sale Malta
Terraced House in Fgura for Sale Malta
Terraced House in Fgura for Sale Malta
Terraced House in Fgura for Sale Malta
Terraced House in Fgura for Sale Malta
Terraced House in Fgura for Sale Malta
Grahame Salt

Grahame Salt

Director

M. +356 9947 4340

Terraced House for sale in Fgura

(Ref : 421957)

Selling For

Superb TERRACED HOUSE !! opposite a public garden in an area of the village and with good parking facilities; being sold ready to move into and most furniture included in the price. Property is in a good structural condition throughout and requires very minimal cosmetic works. Accommodation opens to a wide hallway having a lateral living/formal dining, guest toilet with a shower, a study area underneath main staircase, a fully equipped separate kitchen and a combined living and dining area overlooking a good size back yard. At first floor level 3 bedrooms (2 of which are double and a separate family bathroom. An internal staircase takes you to roof level were one lands into a large washroom followed by a private roof terrace.

Details

No of Bedrooms 3
Bedroom 1 Dims 3.40 x 4.50 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 3.40 x 3.40 mt
Bedroom 3 Dims 3.00 x 2.90 mt
No of Bathrooms 1
Toilets No of 2
Showers No of 1
Dining Rooms 1
Dining Room Dims 5.00 x 3.40 mt
Living Room Dims 3.40 x 4.50 mt
Hall 1
Washroom 1
Front Yard (Dims) 1.90 x 6.50 mt (Small)
Back Yard (Dims) 4.00 x 6.50 mt (Medium)
Balconies (Front) 1
Terrace (Front) Yes
Type of View Town views

Location

Fgura is a town in the south of Malta lying inland from the Three Cities. Its northern fringes are bordered by the Cottonera Lines of fortifications while it merges with the towns of Zabbar to the south and Tarxien to the West. On the surface, Fgura appears to be a new town but its outward appearance belies its ancient origins. The town has prehistoric roots - there are several tombs in the area - and there is evidence to suggest it was a settlement in Phoenician times. Today, Fgura has one of the highest population densities in the country. It expanded recently on the outskirts of the Grand Harbour area and was one of the fastest-growing towns of Malta. Fgura has grown to become one of the foremost commercial areas in the central-southern part of the island