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Captivating Converted House of Character with Horse Track in Birzebbugia

House, Buy | Malta, Malta, South, B'Bugia
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4,500,000 EUR
Approx. 5,011,202 USD
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1.73 ac
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4,500,000 EUR
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What you should know about this house

Amenities and special features of this house

This wonderful example of a farmhouse located on the outskirts of Birzebbugia, enjoys 360 degrees country views. The property is set on 6 tumuli of land, consisting of:

A Large open plan
3 large double bedrooms all situated on ground floor
Ample room for entertainment

This home benefits from a self contained first floor which comprises of a 1 bedroom apartment.

This large estate includes the following luxuries:

A swimming pool
Jacuzzi, stables
A horse track
3 wells
A reservoir
A borehole

The gardens a serviced with an automatic water irrigation system, and includes CCTV system throughout. This spectacular estate must be seen! Call us now to book your viewing!

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B'Bugia: Location and surroundings of this property

Birzebbugia is a quiet fishing port and small resort on the western side of Marsaxlokk Bay. Its population has swelled with the influx of workers employed at the nearby Malta Freeport and container terminal. The village is perhaps best known for the important archaeological sites on its outskirts. Ghar Dalam caves provide evidence of the earliest human activity in Malta, dating back to the Neolithic Period around 5000 BC. The caves also revealed fossilised bones of numerous animals such as dwarf elephants. This suggests that the Islands were once a land bridge to continental Europe. Other remains include those of a prehistoric temple or settlement, Borg-in-Nadur, which date from the Bronze Age. The settlement was fortified with a large stone wall which is still visible today. Another cave to visit is Ghar Hasan, about 2.5 km along the road to Zurrieq. According to legend it was used by a 12th century Saracen pirate, Hasan.

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Engel & Völkers Malta
  • Sara Grech Limited
  • License partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH
  • Paul Sammut
  • Triq In-Negozju
  • 3000 Mriehel, B'Kara
  • Phone: +356 23470000
  • Cell: +356 7975 9024
Sara Grech Limited C7630 a Limited Liability Company registered in Malta. Our registered office is, Sara Grech House, Triq In Negozju, Mriehel, BKR 3000, Malta

Tel: +356 2347 0000

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