This beautiful property is located in the heart of Valletta’s administrative, commercial and cultural centre. Found in close proximity to the property are shops, restaurants and cafes, banks, government ministries, offices, museums, churches, hotels, public gardens, and other similar amenities tied to Malta’s historic capital city. The property is also located within walking distance of Malta’s main bus terminus, which connects Valletta to the rest of the island, and the Grand Harbor linking Valletta to the rest of the world.
The main entrance to the property is from one of the oldest streets in the city. A side entrance on the same street provides access to a small two storey property. The main building consists of a basement, ground floor and a further two floors all with a frontage on another street. On the third floor, the property opens up to extend it frontage onto another street. The property has a clear access to the roof level. The property has been used as a
residence and consists of numerous well-sized rooms some of which with high ceilings.
This Palazzo is a mid-16th century Baroque building which was extended at third floor level soon after World War II.