Year of Construction: 1930
'Il-Belt Valletta', Baroque in character, recognized as world heritage site by UNESCO , built in the 16th century by the Knights of Malta and hosted the title of European Capital of Culture in 2018, nowadays is the administrative and the capital of the Maltese Islands.
A first floor apartment, built back in the 1930's, complimented with traditional and cultural features including high ceilings and patterned handmade tiles that differ in each and every room. Adding value and character to the property, most of the living spaces are connected to an open good size elongated front balcony and closed wooden balconies.
Layout consists of an entrance hallway, 6 rooms that can be easily converted into a kitchen - living area and 3 to 4 bedrooms . Further more on finds another 2 small rooms that currently are being used as bathroom and washroom.
Government financial schemes have been implemented to assist with the renovation of such projects so that the heritage and Maltese characteristics can be preserved and enjoyed for many years to come.