Characteristic Maltese Homes are in Style this Season

Authentic Maltese homes are a gem, but unfortunately rare to find. Architectural development in Malta has come a long way, but as with everything else, a price had to be paid, and characteristic Maltese features are now found less and less in homes. Nowadays, we need to accommodate for a larger, more sustainable country population and our homes are a reflection of this. We now construct our houses in a way that gives the country’s buildings an edgier and more modern look, something which many new home buyers look for, but not all. 
There is a percentage of people that welcome the characteristic cultural essence found only within the four walls of older houses. Despite the renovation work involved, the unique facade, structure, room plan, interior decorations and installments would make buying the home worth your while. Are you part of that crowd? Well, then 2017 is looking up for you.
Townhouse in Żurrieq, Malta
This property comprises of a magnificent hallway leading on to a kitchen, dining and living room, box room and courtyard. A spacious and bright staircase leads to 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a washroom. Rooms are extremely spacious and include original features such as patterned tiles, delicate wall motifs, and much more. 
A spiral staircase (garigor) allows access to an underlying cellar, while another spiral staircase (garigor) leads to the roof. Property is unconverted but with some attention and creativity this could be turned into a lovely family home. Definitely worth viewing!. €585,000
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Irrestawra Darek [Renovate your Home]

16th January 2017: mark that in your calendars, it’s your chance to get back up to €100,000 from renovations done on characteristic Maltese homes. Such homes have a unique value which is hard to match; Malta’s Planning Authority has acknowledged that. This is why they have opened up this fund till the 30th of April 2017 in a wonderful attempt to promote investment in the restoration and conversion of Malta’s authentically cultural buildings. So now, onto the golden question; Does your prospective home qualify for this scheme?
House of Character in Żejtun, Malta
Unconverted House of character with a great potential to convert into a beautiful character house. The house is full of authentic original features. Situated in the oldest part of Żejtun, this magnificent property has the potential of becoming a three bedroom home once converted. €159,000
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Grade 1 and 2 Scheduled Buildings

Buildings which are of great architectural interest and contribute to the image of urban conservation areas are what you should be looking for if your aim is to make use of this scheme. These areas are preserved, protected and managed, which already gives you an indication of the type of properties you need to scout out. First time buyers of Grade 1 buildings (preserved in its entirety) could apply for a 70% refund on facade and interior works, possibly getting up to €100,000, while Grade 2 buildings (of interest but more flexible) can  get a rebate of up to €10,000.
Townhouse in Mosta, Malta

This post war Town house is set on a plot measuring approximately 479 sqm. At present it comprises of a welcoming, four large rooms, two bathrooms and kitchen, a 45 meters garden with a 14 gallon well and two good sized rooms that are being used as a garden shed and work shop. 
First floor comprises of two large rooms, one with an adjacent room that is being used as a walk in wardrobe and a bathroom. This house enjoys a great view of the garden from the rooftop. Once converted, this wonderful house will make a beautiful family home with a spectacular outdoor area or possibly even grand commercial premises. €638,000
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Local Council Assistance

The local councils have been heavily involved in this scheme and so are able to offer you any necessary advice and help with the submission of your application. €8 million have been made available for this scheme on a first-come-first-served basis, so what are you waiting for? Contact Century 21 to find the home of your dreams and benefit from this amazing opportunity before it’s too late.
Make the best decision for you and your property today. Contact us at CENTURY 21 to find out what we can do for you.
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