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Lija Villa

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Villa in Lija for Sale Malta
Villa in Lija for Sale Malta
Villa in Lija for Sale Malta
Villa in Lija for Sale Malta
Villa in Lija for Sale Malta
Villa in Lija for Sale Malta
Villa in Lija for Sale Malta
James Stagno Navarra

James Stagno Navarra

Senior Property Consultant

M. +356 9949 3147

Villa for sale in Lija

(Ref : 912785)

Selling For

Fully detached very spacious Villa, layout comprises of a large welcoming hall, separate sitting / dining room, overlooking a lovely front garden, kitchen / dining combined, shower room and living area, leading to a charming mature garden with ample space for a pool, four spacious bedrooms, main with en suite bathroom, and a further spare bathroom, washroom, 2 car street level garage with 3-car drive way. Freehold


No of Bedrooms 4
Bedroom 1 Dims 4.27 x 3.96 mt
Bedroom 2 Dims 3.66 x 6.10 mt
Bedroom 3 Dims 5.49 x 3.90 mt
Bedroom 4 Dims 4.42 x 5.49 mt
No of Bathrooms 2
Showers No of 1
Dining Rooms 1
Dining Room Dims 3.96 x 5.49 mt
Kitchens 1
Living Room Dims 5.79 x 3.96 mt
Washroom 1
Garage 1
Car Port (No of cars) 3
Pool Yes
Garden 11.89 x 9.14 mt (Large)
Side Yard Yes
Balconies (Front) 2
External Area 130.00 sq mt
Plot Area 450 sq mt


Lija is a small village forming part of the Three villages of Malta, along with Attard and Balzan. Lija has a baroque parish church and seven other small chapels. The village is mostly known for its fireworks displays that attract thousands of locals and tourists during the festa period held in the first week of August. These displays are very well renowned and claimed to be the best around the island. Lija also hosts the Maltese Citrus festival, held each year. Lija has several old houses of character, large citrus gardens, a unique Belveder tower and Villa Francia. Lija has a character of narrow winding streets most of which only allow passage of cars in one direction. Lija’s urban conservation area will ensure that development within this area, or development which affects the views into or out of this area, will have to fit in and improve upon the existing character. Any building works undertaken have to retain the high standard of design, retaining features of historical and traditional importance, such as carved stone, timber balconies and iron railings.