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Attard Apartment

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Josienne Degaetano

Josienne Degaetano

Senior Property Consultant

M. +356 7979 3379

Apartment for sale in Attard

(Ref : 618979)

Selling For

Brand new block in Attard in a sought-after area. Facing a protected green area, this small block is being sold finished excluding bathrooms and doors. The third floor APARTMENT layout comprises of three bedrooms main with walk-in and en-suite shower. Large open plan kitchen, dining and sitting with a front balcony. An opportunity to acquire a home in a great location with pre-construction prices. Freehold


Floorplan 1


No of Bedrooms 3
Bedroom 1 Dims 3.00 x 3.48 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 3.30 x 3.08 mt
Bedroom 3 Dims 3.01 x 3.80 mt
No of Bathrooms 1
Showers No of 1
Dining Rooms 1
Dining Room Dims 7.39 x 9.01 mt
Kitchens 1
Balconies (Front) 1
Balconies (Back) 1
External Area 17.00 sq mt
Property area 140.00 sq mt


Attard is situated in the centre of the main island of Malta, just a few km away from the old capital city Mdina. Most of Attard is residential, with various public gardens, recreational areas and national sports facilities. Other important sites are the Greek theatre, Malta's main vegetable market and the crafts village in Ta' Qali, San Anton Gardens which includes the President's of Malta private residence and the historical Villa Apap Bologna. The village core is the oldest part of Attard which goes back to 3,000 years B.C. and comprises of a beautiful 17th Century Parish Church, regarded as an architectural and artistic relic, which has been left largely untouched, commonly attributed to a very talented native of Attard, the master-craftsman Tumas Dingli, it may also be indebted to the inspiration of an elder master, Vittorio Cassar, son of the famous architect Girolmo Cassar. One of the many famous religious relics in the church, is the china statue of Our Lady St. Mary. There are also three historical chapels, two in the village core dedicated to St. Anne and the other to St. Paul and the third to Our Lady of Victory which is on the main road leading to Mdina.