St Julians, Splendid Town House
Nestled in the popular St. Julian’s neighbourhood, this townhouse offers convenient access to local attractions. Experience Malta’s lively culture with top-notch eateries and stylish cafes. The property boasts four floors with high ceilings, wooden beams, and charming Maltese tiles. The ground floor comprises a private bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and a spiral staircase leading to the first floor. Inside, find a spacious living room, a separate dining area, and a modern kitchen with a breakfast nook. Beyond, discover a courtyard, a sizable pool, a mature garden, and an expansive entertainment space with a kitchenette, BBQ area, showers, and storage space. Whether you seek a refreshing swim or a peaceful retreat, this pool area is a haven to enjoy in Malta’ great climate. A marble staircase ascends to four double bedrooms on the first floor, each with walk-in closets and ensuite baths. The second floor offers a generous living area, kitchenette, two bathrooms, a study, and two balconies with garden and scenic views. This space can easily convert into two bedrooms. Another living room leads to a bedroom with ensuite and a spacious walk-in closet. The third floor features a spacious rooftop with pool and sea views, a laundry room, and a bedroom with an ensuite bath. This 150-year-old townhouse marries history with modern luxury, offering an exceptional opportunity in St. Julian’s. With its splendid pool area, historic details, and prime location, this home is a true treasure. Ideal for a Boutique Hotel or Guest House investment.
St Julian’s, an old fishing village and a renowned seaside resort, developed around the Chapel of St Julian built in 1580 in an area where many Knights of the Order of St John had hunting lodges. St Julian’s overlooks a delightful bay. The typical narrow streets of the town wind up along the rise of the coast.
Spinola Palace dominates the bay and is surrounded by a lovely garden. The palace dates from 1688 and was the summer residence of the Genoese knight Paolo Raffaello Spinola who was the bailiff of the Order. In the 18th century the palace was renovated under the direction of the famous architect Romano Carapecchia. During the Second World War it was used as a military hospital.
Today, Spinola Bay is one Malta’s most picturesque corners and features several fine restaurants which enjoy a romantic setting with a view of the pretty bay. Properties in St. Julian’s vary from apartments, penthouses and maisonettes to unique houses of character which were the first properties built in the area. As the demand for property in the area increased, so did the development. St. Julian’s now adjoins the popular town of Sliema as is just as much sought after. It is close to nightlife and all amenities including a large supermarket. A vibrant place to live.