Living in Valletta is synonymous to living in an open air museum, perfect for culture seekers who would truly like to discover this small but magnificent cosmopolitan peninsular city steeped in history where everything is within walking distance.
Housed in a beautiful 17th-century mansion are 6 graceful apartment-suites all featuring the traditional Maltese features, the imprint of our Maltese culture and tradition composing bright and airy apartments. All feature a simple but elegant decor highlighted with high ceilings and contemporary white finishes and most importantly served with lift, which, is not quite common for Valletta residences.
This beautiful traditional Maisonette, of approximately 60sqm, is accessible via a flight of traditional stone stairs which lead into a bright and airy living space. The entrance leads to a very modern, contemporary holiday let accommodation, which also incorporates elements of the traditional Maltese style, with a typical open plan kitchen/living/dining area. The kitchen is fully equipped which makes it ideal for cooking tasty home-cooked meals. The living area comprises of a flat screen tv with cable channels and a comfortable 3-seater sofa, and also comes fully air-conditioned. The designers have specifically recreated the traditional vintage style, through patterned tiles that embellish the entire maisonette. The living area is illuminated by traditional Maltese wooden balcony, giving the area a traditional Maltese feel.
Just off of the living space, one finds a double bedroom, adorned with the same patterned tile and a neutral colour palette, which perfectly complements the modern white furnishings. This bedroom is also equipped with a full bathroom, with shower facilities. The main feature of this traditional maisonette, is the main bedroom, which is originally located at a split-level entrance from the stone staircase. This bedroom is as quaint as they come, and also features an innovative walk in closet, accessible by four wooden stairs. The bedroom is also fully equipped with air-conditioning, and neutral colours dominate the colour scheme. A cute Juliet balcony is also accessible from this bedroom via a small step, and this looks out on the adjoining street and down to the sea. This balcony can also conveniently be closed off with wooden blinds, perfect for sleeping in.
Due to the old building style, this traditional property also features another full family bathroom, equipped with shower cubicle, which is located under the stone staircase, just off of the main entrance.