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Zurrieq Farmhouse

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Farmhouse in Zurrieq for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Zurrieq for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Zurrieq for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Zurrieq for Sale Malta
Farmhouse in Zurrieq for Sale Malta
James Stagno Navarra

James Stagno Navarra

Senior Property Consultant

M. +356 9949 3147

Farmhouse for sale in Zurrieq

(Ref : 511095)

Selling For

Unconverted FARMHOUSE set on a built area of approx. 100sqm and surrounded by 8310sqm (8 tumoli) of landscaped gardens. This unique property is remarkable for its absolute tranquility, unobstructed views and unadulterated countryside. This property still enjoys the Maltese features such ' “kileb” - stone support for stone slabs, “xorok” - stone slab ceilings, mangers and authentic stone floors. This property also has ample potential to be further developed into a lovely family 2/3 bedroom home with abundant outdoor space set on landscaped gardens, or cultivated fields or a possibility of an Agri-tourism enterprise. Freehold


No of Bedrooms 2
Bedroom 1 Dims 1.00 x 0.00 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 1.00 x 0.00 mt
No of Bathrooms 1
Dining Rooms 1
Dining Room Dims 1.00 x 0.00 mt
Kitchens 1
Living Room Dims 1.00 x 0.00 mt
Pool Yes
Type of View Country views
External Area 8310.00 sq mt
Plot Area 8410 sq mt


Zurrieq is the largest village in the southern area, and one of the original medieval parishes. Much of the village survives from the time before the arrival of the Knights and provides an insight into pre-baroque Malta. The village is near the picturesque, tiny harbour of Wied iz-Zurrieq at the end of a rugged valley. From the harbour, you can take a short boat trip to the Blue Grotto, a series of natural, sea-level caves, and a local beauty spot. Zurrieq and the surrounding area are rich in archaeological and historic sites, including several ancient chapels, a Roman tower, Punic tombs and a strange, free-standing room with an Egyptian cornice - possibly part of a temple of Melqart mentioned by Ptolemy, the 2nd century Greek geographer and astronomer. The chapels at Hal-Millieri, on the fringes of Zurrieq, were built between the 14th and 16th centuries; in one you can still see the original medieval frescoes.