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Sole Agency Kalkara Town House

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Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Town House in Kalkara for Sale Malta
Michael Dimbleby

Michael Dimbleby

Property Consultant

M. +356 9932 1039

Town House for sale in Kalkara

(Ref : 423133)

Selling For

Converted Typical TOWNHOUSE located in a quaint and most traditional street of this locality, a corner away from the seafront promenade. This property opens onto a welcoming hallway, a double bedroom on the ground level that can be the formal sitting/reception room, central dining room, separate kitchen, spare toilet, yard. An intermediate bathroom, living area and double bedroom with closed Maltese balcony on the first floor level; an intermediate shower room, a study area and another double bedroom with open balcony on the second level, following being a large roof terrace and its airspace ideal to be set up as a roof garden. Excellent property with potential to be exquisitely restored to superb house. Sole Agents

Floorplans

Floorplan 1

Details

No of Bedrooms 3
Bedroom 1 Dims 4.20 x 5.40 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 4.20 x 5.40 mt
Bedroom 3 Dims 3.50 x 4.50 mt
No of Bathrooms 1
Toilets No of 2
Showers No of 1
Dining Rooms 1
Dining Room Dims 3.60 x 3.60 mt
Living Room Dims 3.50 x 3.60 mt
Study Yes
Study Dimensions 3.60 x 3.60 mt
Hall 1
Back Yard (Dims) 4.30 x 1.50 mt (Small)
Balconies (Front) 2
Terrace (Front) Yes
Type of View Town views

Location

Kalkara is a small town consisting of two inlets that sprout out in the Grand Harbour of Malta. These are respectively known as Rinella Bay and Kalkara Creek. It also comprises two peninsulas, known as Bighi and as Ricasoli. Kalkara forms part of the inner harbour area and although not geographically part of Cottonera, as the three cities of Vittoriosa, Cospicua and Senglea are known, it is unofficially included in this grouping due to its close proximity. The name comes from the Latin word for lime as there was a lime kiln present there since Roman times.