St Julians Villa
Architectural gem set in a prestigious and tranquil villa area in St. Julian’s, recently built and finished to very high specifications and being offered designer furnished throughout. This marvellous residence enjoys a front garden leading onto a spacious side terrace ideal for easy everyday outdoor dining and entertainment, also, including a dedicated barbeque area. General accommodation is beautifully laid out over three levels, in the form of a welcoming entrance hallway at ground level, opening onto an aesthetically impressive and very bright living room, having large apertures onto outdoor area, with a combined dining room and a beautiful fully equipped kitchen leading to a second side yard, a utility room and a guest cloakroom. Sleeping quarters include a lovely independent spacious bedroom area with en-suite shower and split-level walk-in wardrobe, set along the property frontage on ground floor and two other fantastic bedroom suites both with walk-through closets and en-suite bathrooms, making up the first floor level, together, with a separate study room, which, may also lend itself as a fourth bedroom. At second floor level we find a laundry area, together, with a kitchenette, living area and a shower room, set up to complement an impressive sun terrace with splash pool preparation in place, making a beautiful platform for topmost level entertainment, lounging and dining. Further complementing this great property is a one car lock-up garage and a separate one car port at street level. Viewing highly recommended!
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.