|Apartment||Furnished||1 bedroom – 74.00 m2||€ 1,200|
|Apartment||Furnished||2 bedrooms – 140.00 m2||€ 1,450|
|Apartment||Furnished||3 bedrooms – 240.00 m2||€ 2,800|
|Penthouse||Furnished||3 bedrooms||€ 3,300|
|Apartment||Furnished||2 bedrooms – 140.00 m2||€ 565,000|
|Apartment||Furnished||3 bedrooms – 200.00 m2||€ 980,000|
|Apartment||Furnished||4 bedrooms – 356.00 m2||€ 1,450,00|
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Madliena Village is an exclusive gated community located in an upscale and peaceful location. A small group of 85 spacious luxury apartments makes up the quiet hillside community of Madliena Village, which is located in a convenient area just a few minutes walk from the historic seaside towns of Sliema and St. Julians Bay and the medieval village of Gharghur.
The apartments themselves have a high level of finishing work by renowned international designer Carlo Schembri and come with typical balconies, fully furnished bathrooms, and garages. The impressive common pool, sun deck area, and lovely plants and walks are some of the development’s standout attractions.
Residents are welcome to swim and unwind in the outdoor pool and on the shared patio areas while taking in the breathtaking views. A truly luxurious way of life awaits at Madliena Village for those willing to invest.
Madliena Village has the best of two worlds because it is near all the facilities of the Sliema seafront while still having a rustic, rural vibe in the protected Gharghur valley. This is a serene and lovely setting for those who want to take advantage of Malta’s all-year-round weather.
Madliena Village is a gated community of separate residences with complete security and management services. Apartments in Madliena Village offer luxury, style, and comfort. This area’s calm is unmatched, whether you are sipping a beverage on your apartment patio or reading a book by the spacious public swimming pool.
The final stage of the development is now being overseen by new management, who bring to Madliena Village their recognized experience, elegance, and design-conscious planning. Each of the last few apartments makes the most of the mild climate that prevails throughout the year by providing roomy living areas and terraces with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and the surrounding, environmentally protected Gharghur Valley.
The large apartments within the complex enjoy exceptionally well-designed living rooms. They also have spacious terraces with incredible views of the Gharghur Valley and the sea. Most apartments are sold ready-to-move-in, so you don’t have to worry about purchasing furniture later on your own.
Swieqi’s Madliena neighborhood was formerly a part of the nearby town of Gharghur. Since the town is relatively new, it does not share the extensive cultural histories seen in many other towns and villages in Malta. Madliena is still regarded as a gem of unadulterated beauty, nonetheless.
The Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene, constructed in the 15th century, is responsible for Madliena’s founding. During the 1798–1800 French blockade, Maltese insurgents used the church as a lookout. In order to construct Fort Madalena, one of the Victoria Lines’ forts, the British troops destroyed it in 1880. To replace the demolished chapel, a new one was constructed close by. Up until the 1960s, Madliena was a rural region with a large number of farms. It is now a residential area with a large number of villas, bungalows, opulent flats, and maisonettes.
The famous town of Madliena enjoys stunning views of the island’s northern bays. It is located at a high height, near the St. Paul’s Bay tourism area and its beaches, and only a short distance from St. Julians’s main entertainment and shopping district.
The price of the property is one of the highest in Malta and Gozo. Madliena real estate is an excellent investment because not many individuals get the privilege to call Madliena home. Due to the scarcity of land surrounding the Maltese islands, and especially this area, the demand for such homes has skyrocketed.