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Rabat Town House

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

Michael Dimbleby

Property Consultant

M. +356 9932 1039

Town House for sale in Rabat

(Ref : 710646)

Selling For

In the centre of Rabat is this unconverted corner HOUSE OF CHARACTER. On the ground floor one will find a small reception area upon entrance leading into the first bedroom with an en-suite shower, a second bedroom on the back side together with a back yard and a compact fitted kitchen serving the ground level. On the upper floor which is accessible from a staircase separating the bedrooms of the ground floor, one finds a separate kitchen, living and dining and the master bedroom having two balconies one on the front and another on the side. On this floor one will also find a separate shower room and access to the roof of which half way up the floor one will find another two interconnecting bedrooms and a washroom together with a terrace on top. This unique property must be seen to be truly appreciated. Once converted, will make a lovely home. Freehold.


No of Bedrooms 5
Bedroom 1 Dims 4.30 x 4.00 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 3.70 x 4.00 mt
Bedroom 3 Dims 6.20 x 4.40 mt
Bedroom 4 Dims 4.00 x 3.80 mt
Bedroom 5 Dims 4.00 x 4.10 mt
No of Bathrooms 3
Receptions No of 1
Reception Dims 4.30 x 1.80 mt
Dining Rooms 1
Dining Room Dims 3.80 x 3.90 mt
Kitchens 1
Living Room Dims 4.10 x 3.90 mt
Washroom 1
Basement No of Rooms 1
Back Yard (Dims) 7.20 x 2.60 mt (Small)
Balconies (Front) 1
Balconies (Side) 1
Terrace (Front) Yes
Type of View Town views
Plot Area 341 sq mt


Rabat is a village just outside Mdina. The name of the village is derived from the Semitic word for “suburb” as it was the suburb of the old capital Mdina. New dwelling constructions have developed in the various Rabat areas, such as tal-Virtu and Ghajn Qajjet. Nowadays, this remarkable development distinguishes the old part of the town from the new. The village core still retains its medieval street pattern despite many buildings facades from the turn of the century. The mixture of architecural styles and the use of traditional building materials have combined to produce an elegant suburb to the walled city of Mdina.