This 16th century house with a contemporary feel is a treasure in one of the prettiest streets of Mdina. It comprises 2 dwellings on parallel streets linked by an internal courtyard. Both of these have been done up by leading interior designers with all modern 21st century comforts including double glazing and air-conditioning for both heating and cooling throughout the property while retaining the original features of this historic property with features which include wooden beams, natural stone walls and two original wells.
The main house includes an extremely striking entrance hall complete with traditional-style flooring in two shades of natural hardstone, a large sitting room with a wood burning fireplace with large doorsoverlooking an internal courtyard. The ground floor also includes a kitchen and connecting dining room with an adjacent yard, a study and guest toilet. On the first floor one finds a Master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, living room with a double height ceiling, 2 guest bedrooms, a bathroom and large sun terrace. The house also has an additional room on the floor above that would be ideal as a den or study.
The annex of the property can be accessed through a separate entrance from the parallel street leading into a hall and living room, guest toilet with a double bedroom and ensuite on the upper level.
Malta is one of the world’s smallest countries, but it is densely packed--not just in population but in history and heritage. The name is said to be derived from the word meaning refuge or haven by the ancient Phoenicians who inhabited this area thousands of years ago. The name is still fitting.Подробная информация о роскошных домах: