7 Of The Most Unique Maltese Properties On The Market

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New year, new you, new home?

2019 is just around the corner, which means the time for fresh starts and new adventures is fast approaching.

For those of you looking to get that fresh start in a new home, we've listed seven of the most unique Maltese properties on the market at the moment to help you get a kick start on your search, whatever your budget may be.

1. A luxury apartment in Kalkara

A three-bedroom apartment surrounded by the beautiful Kalkara Creek, Vittoriosa, Fort St.Angelo and Valletta City? Yes please!

This apartment ticks a lot of boxes with a modern open plan kitchen/living/dining area plus an underlying garage, whilst having spectacular sea views across the marina and beyond to Valletta from the rooftop communal pool. You'll be itching to have your friends over for drinks in no time!

Kalkara

2. A converted house of character in Mosta

Beautifully traditional, this well-kept house of character in Mosta has everything you could ask for from a typically Maltese and quaint village alleyway.

Stripped walls, exposed beams, traditional tiles, and even a literal niċċa in the yard. A yard that boasts enough garden space for a pool, might we add... it just doesn't get anymore perfectly Maltese than this.

Mosta

3. A period property in Birżebbuġa

This apartment is a beautiful period property by the Birżebbuġa seaside and would make any eclectic home owner's dream.

With those classically high Maltese ceilings, wooden beams, loads of windows to let the sunshine in and ample outdoor space, it's the perfect palazzo style property to get yourself settled into. This magical gem comes complete with a bridge leading to your own private garden.

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4. A converted house of character, but this time in Safi

If that first HOC didn't quite tickle your fancy, maybe this one in Safi will. Perfect for spending days by the pool and entertaining family and friends, finished to the highest of standards.

This house of character has four bedrooms, a spacious outdoor area, and is also connected to a one-bedroomed annex. This place definitely has the WOW factor.


Safi Hoc

5. An uber-stylish Sliema apartment

Conveniently located on the Sliema front, this apartment is the perfect blend of traditional and eccentric, resulting in an ultra-stylish 400 square metre apartment complete with classic period features and spectacular Maltese floor tiles.

The apartment has five spacious bedrooms and a balcony over looking the sea that makes it the perfect place to host guests.

Sliema

6. A super-sleek Sliema apartment

If the traditional style is not quite the route you want to take but Sliema is the place is want to be, this 3 bedroom modern apartment may be more your thing.

Complete with super-sleek finishings, a study, and an open plan living space, this apartment is literally the coolest pad on the block.

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7. A sublime villa overlooking the Mellieħa sea

Six bedrooms, six bathrooms, parking, and a pool; this fully detached villa in Mellieħa is truly a dream house.

It's mega spacious and full of natural light; the ideal place to raise a family full of energetic kiddos and see them through to their teenage-party-throwing years.

This house also benefits from unobstructed views of Gozo and Comino and an impressive blockbuster level of finishing.

Mellieha

BONUS: This villa in Ibraġġ

Loads of space inside and out; this Ibraġġ villa is the house you watched on MTV Cribs when you were younger and never thought you could own.

With a cinema and games room in the basement, a pool area, and ample entertainment space in a central location, you need to hop on this property before it's too late.

The people over at Perry Estate Agents are here to help you make your property dreams come true!

So check them out on Facebook or visit their website to get your fresh start moving before the New Year arrives.

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Steffie Weenink

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