St. Angelo Mansions

St. Angelo Mansions

St. Angelo Mansions Complex forms part of Cottonera's significant waterfront regeneration project, which aims to highlight some of Malta's most precious pieces of heritage and culture. In fact, the complex admires views of one of the island's most precious architectural gems, For St. Angelo, together with multiple other buildings dating back centuries. The project includes an international yacht marina, managed and operated by Camper and Nicholsons Marinas Ltd. This complex also comprises a luxury hotel, spa, casino, catering establishment, and multiple other cultural outlets.

The superb design behind this waterfront development brings out the perfect blend between old and new, making this modern complex neatly fit with Cottonera's distinguished calibre.

These apartments have been built on three aspects and are located between the city of Vittoriosa/Birgu and Fort St Angelo and bounded by the waters of the Grand Harbour. On one side there is the Grand Harbour Marina as well as the Kalkara Creek. The third side of the complex looks on to the 'Menqa', which translates to 'moat', between the apartments and Fort St Angelo.

Each block of ten apartments is served with its own private entrance and lift. Parking facilities for residents are available in the car park situated on the ground floor. Each apartment has an approximate area of 140 square metres. Comprising an entrance hall, a sitting/dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en suite with the master bedroom) and front balcony. The specifications of the apartments are all to the highest standards.

The sea-view apartments enjoy unobstructed views of Valletta and Senglea at the northwest, or Valletta and Kalkara and the entrance to the Grand Harbour on the northeast as well as views of the imposing bastions of Fort St. Angelo.

If you are interested in a property in St. Angelo Mansions we recommend you to browse property for sale in St. Angelo Mansions or browse property to rent in St. Angelo Mansions. You can also contact us directly for more information.

Published: 01 January 2022
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