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Gzira Flats P000239261Gzira Flats P000239261

Gzira

Flats

€320,000Ref:  P000239261
Gzira Flats P000239154

Gzira

Flats

€275,000Ref:  P000239154
Gzira Flats P000238763Gzira Flats P000238763

Gzira

Flats

€249,000Ref:  P000238763
Gzira Flats P000238487

Gzira

Flats

€340,000Ref:  P000238487
Gzira Penthouse P000238376

Gzira

Penthouse

€950,000Ref:  P000238376
Gzira Flats P000238375Gzira Flats P000238375

Gzira

Flats

€900,000Ref:  P000238375
Gzira Flats P000238374Gzira Flats P000238374

Gzira

Flats

€900,000Ref:  P000238374
Gzira Flats P000237928Gzira Flats P000237928

Gzira

Flats

€223,000Ref:  P000237928
Gzira Flats P000237927Gzira Flats P000237927

Gzira

Flats

€225,000Ref:  P000237927
Gzira Flats P000237926Gzira Flats P000237926

Gzira

Flats

€224,000Ref:  P000237926
Gzira Penthouse P000237556Gzira Penthouse P000237556

Gzira

Penthouse

€370,000Ref:  P000237556
Gzira Flats P000237555Gzira Flats P000237555

Gzira

Flats

€360,000Ref:  P000237555
Gzira Flats P000237463Gzira Flats P000237463

Gzira

Flats

€249,000Ref:  P000237463
Gzira Flats P000237461Gzira Flats P000237461

Gzira

Flats

€245,000Ref:  P000237461
Gzira Flats P000237458Gzira Flats P000237458

Gzira

Flats

€229,000Ref:  P000237458
Gzira Flats P000237456Gzira Flats P000237456

Gzira

Flats

€225,000Ref:  P000237456
Gzira Flats P000237454Gzira Flats P000237454

Gzira

Flats

€219,000Ref:  P000237454
Gzira Flats P000237451Gzira Flats P000237451

Gzira

Flats

€259,000Ref:  P000237451
Gzira Flats P000237447Gzira Flats P000237447

Gzira

Flats

€249,000Ref:  P000237447
Gzira Maisonette P000237442Gzira Maisonette P000237442

Gzira

Maisonette

€269,000Ref:  P000237442
Gzira Maisonette P000237440Gzira Maisonette P000237440

Gzira

Maisonette

€249,000Ref:  P000237440
Gzira Flats P000237083Gzira Flats P000237083

Gzira

Flats

€325,000Ref:  P000237083
Gzira Flats P000236614

Gzira

Flats

€265,000Ref:  P000236614
Gzira Flats P000236613

Gzira

Flats

€260,000Ref:  P000236613
Gzira Flats P000236612

Gzira

Flats

€255,000Ref:  P000236612
Gzira Flats P000236609

Gzira

Flats

€250,000Ref:  P000236609
Gzira Penthouse P000235880

Gzira

Penthouse

€950,000Ref:  P000235880
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Property for Sale in Gzira

Gzira is a town known for its 19th-century architecture and for being one of the most desirable places to live in Malta. The town is home to a number of schools, including the prestigious St. Edward's College, and there are also plenty of medical facilities and shops available for its residents. The area is also served by several parks and open spaces, which make it a great place to raise a family.

Gzira has seen a boom in popularity, and this is set to continue in the future with the development of several mega-projects in the area. These developments will provide a range of residential and commercial properties for purchase, making Gzira an ideal location for those seeking to invest in property. With its convenient location and burgeoning development, Gzira is fast becoming one of the most sought-after areas on the island.

If you're looking for property for sale in Gzira, you'll find plenty of options to choose from, whether you're looking for an apartment block or a traditional townhouse. The town is known for its large number of apartment blocks, high-rises, and traditional townhouses. There are also many maisonettes beautifully embellished with the beloved Maltese colorful timber balconies. Whichever type of property you choose, you're sure to find something that suits your needs and budget.

History

Gzira is a small town located in the Central Region of Malta. Although it has been inhabited since prehistoric times, its residential buildings only began being erected in the mid-19th century. By 1921, the area had become a Parish, with our Lady of Mount Carmel as its Patron. However, during the period when the area was a Naval Base, it was overrun by British sailors, which led to prostitution on its streets. Even today, Testaferrata Street retains a red-light district image in popular thought.

Despite this unsavory history, Gzira is now a thriving community with a variety of businesses and residential buildings. The area has come a long way since its days as a Naval Base, and it is now a growing community with a variety of businesses and residential buildings. Thanks to its convenient location and attractive architecture, Gzira is an increasingly popular place to call home.

Demographics

Statistic

Value

Total Population

7.900 people approx

Average Age

42 years old

Monthly Expenses ( no rent )

€700

Average Monthly Salary

€1.700

Local Amenities

Gzira known for its expansive promenade, which offers stunning views of the Valletta skyline. The town is also convenient as a location, as it offers easy access to Valletta, Sliema, the University of Malta, and the shopping area of Sliema Ferries. In recent years, Gzira has undergone a revitalization, with new bars and cafes popping up throughout the town. Despite these changes, some of Gzira's most popular landmarks are its British-style pubs and eateries. These establishments have become cherished fixtures in the town, and are well-loved by both locals and tourists alike.

When it comes to exploring, Gzira has plenty to offer. If you find yourself on Manoel Island's bridge, take a stroll to the left and explore the Gzira Gardens. With plenty of green space and a children's playground, it's perfect for an afternoon outing. As you walk along the seafront towards Ta' Xbiex, you'll be treated to a row of impressive yachts. In the other direction, The Strand will take you to Sliema Ferries and some of the best shopping on the island. Don't forget to admire the views of Valletta at night, illuminated by Fort Rinella's searchlight.

Safety

In the past decade, Gżira has undergone a regeneration project that has seen the once-dilapidated area transformed into a thriving business district. Today, the town is home to a diverse range of businesses, including hotels, restaurants, financial institutions, legal firms, and online betting companies. The regeneration project has also attracted a number of new residents to the area, resulting in a multi-ethnic and multicultural community.If you're thinking of buying a property in Gzira, you can rest assured that you'll be living in a safe district that boasts a thriving social and economic scene.

Education

Malta has a long tradition of providing high-quality education to its citizens. All children have the right to receive an education, regardless of their family's financial situation. Malta strongly believes that education is a fundamental human right and that all children deserve the opportunity to reach their full potential.

If you decide to live in Gzira, you can find plenty of educational centers. From state schools, such as the St Clare College il-Gżira Primary, to church schools like Stella Maris College Senior School, your child can receive a proper education. And if you appeal to the private sector there are plenty of choices, the most renowned being St Edward's College.

Apartment Rates section

Average Price Per Square Meter

Due to the proliferation of modern apartments and high-rises, plenty of developers are interested in making an investment within this area. With its close proximity to the capital city, Gzira for sale properties are highly sought-after in recent years. Here are the average prices per square meter if you decide to acquire something:

Location

Avg. Price

Centre

€3.700

Outskirts

€2.500

Points of Interest

Gzira Promenade

Gzira's promenade is a great place to enjoy stunning views of Manoel Island and Valletta. The promenade keeps stretching onto Sliema and Tigné Point, making it a great place to take a stroll or go for a run. There are also several restaurants and cafes along the promenade, so you can stop for a bite to eat or a drink while enjoying the view. If you're looking for a beautiful, enjoyable place to spend some time, Gzira's promenade is definitely worth a visit.

Gzira Parish Church

The church dedicated to Our Lady of Mount Carmel in the town is called "Tal-ebla" (literally "of the stone"). Its beginnings date back to an incident in 1902 when intoxicated sailors threw a stone at a façade, and the stone lodged in a holy shrine. A tiny chapel was established on the site and turned into a church in 1921. The annual village feast is held on the second Sunday in July.

Fort Manoel

Fort Manoel is a star-shaped fort located in the Marsamxett Harbour on the island of Malta. The fort was built in the early 18th century by the Order of Saint John and was named after Grand Master António Manoel de Vilhena. It saw use during both World War I and World War II when it was damaged by bombs. In recent years, the fort has undergone extensive restoration work and is now open to the public. It is sometimes used for public and private events, and it has been on Malta's tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1998.