Typical Properties in Malta

Villas and Bungalows
Detached or semi-detached residences with surrounding gardens, t. They may also have a private or communal pool. While a bungalow has all of its main accommodation on one level, a villa is normally spread over two levels. Detached properties are normally built on about 1/3 of an acre of land.

Terraced Houses
Modern two-2 storey residences. These properties are, normally found along wide streets adjacent to each other mostly in newly- developed locations, commonly having usually with at least a 6m- frontage, garage, back and front garden or yard, and three-3 bedroomed accommodation. Prices vary according to the location and standard of finish.
houses of character and farmhouses For many years locals and foreigners have been buying old, unconverted farmhouses and old village houses. These have then been converted and converting these to have include all the modern finishes required in from a contemporary home, while whilst still retaining all the charm and character that these unique properties offer. They make lovely homes with stone arches, wooden beams, sunny central courtyards, gardens with swimming pools and much more. These houses of character may be bought in a converted or unconverted state, within a village or out in the countryside.

Apartments, Penthouses and Maisonettes
These are the Forming the most common type of residences on the islands – ranging , these range from studios ideal as a bachelor pad or pied-a-terre, to large seafront apartments or penthouses with spacious terraces and breathtakingbreath-taking views of the crystal clear Mediterranean Sea. You could One may buy into a small independent block or in one of the larger developments with facilities such as communal pools, marinas and communal gardens. Most apartments along the coast and on high ground enjoy superb sea and country views. Maisonettes are an apartment variation, also forming part of a block, but having its own with their own independent front door. The ground floor unit typically has its own back yard or garden, and the top floor unit has its own roof terrace.

Special Designated Areas
Malta and Gozo boast of a good selection of luxury property developments, thatdevelopments that have been earmarked by the local authorities as Special Designated Areas (SDA), where there are absolutely no restrictions on foreigner to acquisitions for foreigners. Spread across the two islands, these areas represent recently- constructed developments intended to provide top-end residential properties, often consisting of a cluster of apartments, maisonettes and penthouses built with a common theme on an extensive piece of land, and often usually enhanced by their location, amenities and finishes. These include, amongst others, Portomaso and Pendergardens in St Julian’s, Tigne Point and Fort Cambridge in Sliema, Fort Chambray and the Kempinsky Rresidences in Gozo, Tas-Sellum Village in Mellieha, St Angelo Mansions at the Vittoriosa Marina, and Madliena Village, Ta Monita, Metropolis and Smart City.