LIJA - A grade 1 listed building - A former residence to the Maltese Nobility! Situated in the core of this old, tranquil town, is this very well restored and conserved, early 18th century Palazzo, set on two storeys; enjoying a typical Maltese late Baroque architecture, and unique features such as stone carved coats of arms and wrought iron balconies, painted ceilings featuring large medallions with allegorical figures, an outdoor balustrade staircase, two water fountains, wide pathways of old limestone slabs embellished with stone troughs, carved benches, terracotta statuary, arched ceilings, rock carved walls, and much more. At ground floor level, layout is in the form of an entrance hall which leads to four lateral formal rooms, consisting of a sitting room, a study, a dining room, a living room, and a family room. There's also a narrow corridor which leads to an annexe consisting of a guest cloak room, a large kitchen, and two guest / staff bedrooms, with their own en-suite shower rooms. Furthermore, at this level, there is a grand staircase and a passenger lift. On the 1st floor, one finds three main double bedrooms all with their own en-suite bathrooms, a small utility/laundry room, a small pantry and a wrought iron spiral staircase which leads to an intermediate level, and onto the roof. To compliment this property is a garden enclosed with high walls, a new swimming pool which has been built next to the BBQ area for summer outdoor entertaining, new landscaping which consists of citrus trees besides other old indigenous trees, three large underground cisterns, two open sided tea rooms at the back of the garden, a private drive-in for two cars, and an automatic roll-up garage door. Property also includes the most updated energy saving methods such as LED lighting and solar water heaters; air-conditioners, a heating system, an alarm system and a CCTV system which also cover the outdoor areas for more security, internet, cable or satellite T.V, and much more. One of the few outstanding residences to be found in Malta. Must be seen to be appreciated!