Pool: Communal, Overflow
Floor: Ground floor
Year of Construction: 2000
This exquisitely maintained and presented maisonette enjoys views across the entire island of Gozo. Built over three floors it benefits from the use of a 65sqm communal pool and a garden, which also enjoys the same wide sweeping views.
The private entrance is straight into a welcoming small courtyard. On stepping inside one can immediately see the views through the large double sliding doors. To the right there is a guest toilet, separate kitchen and a small under-stairs store room. On this level there is a spacious dining area leading to the main living room which them opens onto a large 15sqm terrace with ample space for lounging and alfresco dining, or sipping evening cocktails as the sun sets and the island view lights up.
A fantastic space to watch the various summer firework displays in many villages including Sannat, Xewkija, Xaghra, Kercem, Fontana and Victoria.
An internal marble clad staircase leads up to three bright bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite, shower, and a separate family shower room. All bedrooms have a small terrace or balcony. The master bedroom and terrace overlooks the same views.
A staircase then leads to the top floor which is currently used as a washroom and a study. Off this is a very large 40sqm terrace with 210 degree views where on can literally see the sea in Xlendi, Marsalforn, and also the Gozo-Comino channel. to the front is another 12sqm terrace with views towards the Gozo-Comino channel.
The property is being sold unfurnished, but includes the kitchen and appliances. Some pieces of furniture may be available subject to separate negotiation.
Also included is shared access to the large communal pool and pool area. the property also benefits from a dedicated parking space in the underlying garage complex. A property in a unique location.
Ta’ Sannat lies in the south of the island of Gozo. The name is probably derived from that of an Arabic-Greek family that moved to Gozo from Sicily. Ta’ Sannat is best known for the Ta’ Ċenċ plateau on the edge of the village and its spectacular Ta’ Ċenċ cliffs, the highest cliffs in Gozo.
The plateau is typical Maltese garigue rich in flora and fuana. It is also the site of a number of prehistoric remains, including sparse remnants of L-Imramma Temple and three dolmens (made up of, a roughly shaped horizontal limestone slab supported on three sides by blocks of stone standing on end).
The plateau overlooks the Hanżira valley, a natural gorge with steep rocky sides separating Ta’ Sannat from the village of ix-Xewkija, of which there are excellent views. The valley, due to its steep rocky sides, has little sign of human interference and leads down to Mġarr ix-Xini Bay – a delightful spot for swimming and diving.
Ta’ Sannat was one of the first villages in Gozo to become an independent parish in 1688. The present church, dedicated to St. Margaret the Martyr, was built on the site of an earlier church in 1718 and consecrated in 1755 and again, after the significant structural changes, in 1868. The church has a fine altarpiece by Stefano Erardi.
The village festa is celebrated each year around the third week of July.
VIEWINGS STRICTLY BY ADVANCE APPOINTMENT. Call +3562155 0692 or +345 7963 0221 to book.