Siggiewi is a very old Maltese village immersed in a rural setting and for centuries the livelihood of its inhabitants was strictly linked to farming. Whilst today the tradition of toiling in the fields has somewhat diminished, the village still remains synonymous with country living. Located very close to the old city of Mdina, this village sits propped some 117 metres above sea level. This makes its vantage point one which allows properties in and around it to enjoy lovely views of the rest of the Maltese landscape.
Sought After Areas
The Local Piazza
The Inquistor’s Palace
Apartments in Siggiewi – Summary
Siggiewi offers a wide assortment of different property types both within the village core and dotted around the wider surrounding limits. From village town houses or character homes still in their original un-restored condition to recently built modern apartments. The Siggiewi property market has plenty to offer to those individuals looking to live in this quaint village. Some character homes have already been transformed to retain traditional characteristics whilst being commensurate with modern living requirements. Further afield one may also appreciate newly constructed apartment blocks and penthouses, the latter offering incredible views of countryside and sea horizon beyond. Large farmhouses cuddled in the depths of the surrounding rural areas can be best appreciated with the assistance of seasoned real estate experts who can source the most likely properties, whether ready to move in or just waiting for timely restorations.
Prices in Siggiewi
2015 3 bedroom apartment cost €200,000 to buy
2015 3 bedroom apartment cost €600 to rent monthly
Why Live in Siggiewi?
Within the environs of Siggiewi, one finds several unique countryside locations of particular interest, such as Girgenti. This is where one finds the Girgenti Palace alias the Inquisitor's Palace, which was constructed in 1625 by the Inquisitor Visconti. Today the building serves as the residence of the Prime Ministers of Malta. Another picturesque location is Ghar Lapsi, a rocky seaside inlet appreciated for its crystal clear waters, its lovely coastline walk and the possibility of rambling beyond the boat houses and parking area. The Town has ample mini-stores that offer amenities but also has a couple of good sized supermarkets that offer everything under the sun. St.Ignatious Primary School offers education from Kinder 1 all the way up to Year 6.