Mdina, Converted Palazzo
This magnificent double fronted Palazzino situated in the medieval ‘Silent City’ of Mdina is This superb property dates back to the Roman and Norman times, full of architectural features typical of that era enjoying a plethora of niches, arches, wooden beams, a well, and a beautiful traditional stone stairwell together with a spiral stone staircase referred as ‘garigor’. Layout comprises a welcoming entrance flanked by the master bedroom complemented with a walk-in wardrobe and a lovely bathroom on one end and a second bedroom on the other and a gorgeous study. A stone stairwell leading to the second level, whilst a pretty private courtyard with a beautiful stone fountain, together with a cosy living room, known as the den, completes this level. A landing at the top of the stairwell has a mezzanine feature, unique in its genre, whereas the landing opens up to a fully equipped kitchen looking over a terrace. The ‘Sala Nobile’ running across the width of the entire property, enjoying an open balcony in the middle of the room and 2 doors on either side overlooking the piazza, whereas another door leads to the terrace. A majestic formal dining room complements the ‘Sala Nobile’. A bathroom with a jacuzzi looks over the courtyard. Accessible through a traditional spiral ‘garigor’, one finds a guest bedroom, a full bathroom, and a laundry room, a large roof terrace. This property is being offered partly furnished with twelve solar panels, such a property is a rare find and can only be seen to be appreciated with a great potential to convert into a 10 bedroom air B&B.