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This unique property, dates back to the time of the Knights, circa. 1600, in the early part of the last century it was the home of Archbishop Sir Mikiel Gonzi and is currently a heritage-listed building. The townhouse has been lovingly converted, respecting the old heritage and the original architectural character, yet creating a space that is suited for contemporary living. It is spread over four floors, flooded with an abundance of light and space and all served with a modern lift.
On entering this beautiful house, one is welcomed by a gorgeous arched sitting area, followed by a kitchen and dining room. A staircase leads up to the first floor where, through a decorative glass wrought iron corridor one finds a spacious double bedroom with en-suite and double basins leading to an open balcony.
An iron custom-made staircase leads to the second floor where one finds the master bedroom with its en-suite having a built-in bath and double basins. The townhouse offers a feeling of openness and comfort, thanks to a cohesive, minimal design that ensures the original and modern parts meet seamlessly.
The uppermost floor opens up to a sitting and dining room leading to a lovely terrace accommodating a jacuzzi that offers an ideal al-fresco entertainment area that enjoys relaxing open views of the city and sea.
An absolute must-see!