August 7, 2014 Editor

How a townhouse from the 1960’s was transformed to host holiday makers

The latest addition to the MaltaVillageHolidays portfolio is a traditional townhouse in the core of the village of Zurrieq. Located few meters from the parish church and close to the Xarolla Windmill, this property was purchased by it’s present owners some 12 months ago.

The townhouse was originally built in the early 60’s following the traditional architecture that is common to Maltese townhouses and inhabited by the original family until recent years. However, the present owners little knew about the infrastructural ill-keep of the house and the challenges they had to face in order to return this property to it’s original glory.

The 10-month project had to restore this architectural heritage whilst ensuring modern-day comforts for it’s future tenants. As old limestone walls were being cleaned and older walls re-discovered, the Zurrieq Townhouse was being furnished and decorated to augment the value of the large bright rooms that host 2 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with walk-in showers, a kitchen overlooking an internal yard, a living area and a roof terrace with views of the village Church.

This traditional Maltese Townhouse is now ready to host guests and holiday-makers who wish to experience a truly Mediterranean holiday on the island of Malta.

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