Stunning! Archbishop Mikiel Gonzi’s former 17th century Birgu townhouse goes on the market for just under 1 million
Now this is a house many would love living in.
Malta is home to some impressive and incredible properties on its market, but this Birgu townhouse really takes the cake. It was the previous home of none other than Archbishop Sir Mikiel Gonzi during the early part of the 20th century.
Situated in the historic, quiet city of Vittoriosa and right in the heavenly Grand Harbour area, the expertly ready to move-in, renovated townhouse is an absolute gem.
It dates all the way back to the 1600’s, from the time of the Knights of Saint John and is in fact a heritage-listed building.
With all this in mind, the townhouse was converted in a manner that respected the building’s rich history.
The house offers a minimal design in order for the modern and classic to mesh along smoothly.
The two-bedroom townhouse that is going for €990,000, has over four floors and sports plenty of space and natural light.
It even has a huge terrace with a relaxing jacuzzi overlooking views of the city and the sea, making it perfect for entertaining.
Malta Sotheby's International Realty