In a quiet Maltese village, steps away from the main square, this impressive 780sqm 17th century palazzo has been restored to its original form, after being split into separate properties in the late 1800’s. The property has potential to be converted into a palatial family home or into a fascinating guest house. Structurally restored, the building incorporates the neighbouring farmhouse and an interconnected eight-car garage, with plans to transform into a home gym. The palazzo has been carefully preserved to retain the unique features that make this property so special and characteristic including traditional tiling, flagstone walls, original engravings, limestone spiral staircase and three underground wells. In the most fascinating part of the property a 6-metre-wide dome sits above the internal courtyard, offering an abundance of light. It was created to echo the original windmill that once stood there, incorporating seamlessly with the curved walls that feature throughout the residence. The plans for the property include 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a study, library, chef’s kitchen, breakfast area, indoor and outdoor dining areas both overlooking the garden and pool, outdoor shower room, guest washroom, front parking and a spectacular roof terrace overlooking the main church square with an outdoor kitchen, dining and chill out lounge area. This property is a celebration of Maltese architecture and an opportunity to continue the legacy of this heritage home.