Types of property
From smart and compact to spacious and chic, Malta has a diverse range of properties available for purchase – whether you wish to enjoy the secluded peace of a seafront villa or to be in the heart of a busy metropolis in the modern comfort of a luxury apartment.
Whichever type of property in Malta most interests you, simply let your lead contact at FSPC know your requirements, and we will guide you through the rest.
Apartments & penthouses
As the most popular type of residential property in Malta, there are a variety of apartment types available – ranging from studios ideal for single professionals, right through to large coastal apartments or penthouses with spacious terraces and spectacular sea or country views. These homes, as part of developments both small and large, may also include access to communal facilities such as parking, pools, marinas or gardens
Houses of character
If you want to own a piece of Malta’s history, you may be interested in a local farmhouse or house of character. Available unconverted or converted, these charming properties may be transformed to include all the modern finishes found in a contemporary home, while retaining all their unique characteristics, such as stone arches, wooden beams or central courtyards.
Maisonettes are much like apartments in that they also form part of a block, but these have their own independent front door, unlike the communal entryway found in apartment complexes. A ground floor maisonette will normally have its own back yard or garden, while the top floor unit enjoys its own rooftop terrace with views.
Special Designated Areas
There are many luxury property developments across Malta and Gozo that have been recognised as Special Designated Areas (SDA). These have no restrictions as to who may own them and tend to include a varied mix of luxury apartments and penthouses, which are usually enhanced by their enviable location, attractive amenities and high-end finishes.
Villas and bungalows
Looking for luxury? These high-end homes enjoy surrounding gardens that may also include a swimming pool. They are either semi-detached or detached, and are built on around a third of an acre of land. Villas and bungalows both fall into the category of top-quality properties, with the only difference being that villas have two or more levels, while bungalows incorporate all into a single storey.
Often found along the wide streets of newly-developed areas, terraced houses are usually modern, three-bedroomed properties with two or more storeys. While prices and finishes vary according to the location and property history, terraced houses normally have at least a six-metre frontage, with a garage, and a front and back garden or yard.