Mosta is the centre-most town of Malta, spreading across one of the island’s biggest valleys.. It makes for a very desirable place to live - its central location, its quaint heart of town, its being surrounded by fertile land, and having some very good property investment opportunities in the island. Most is located central enough to be close to other areas of Malta, especially with the bypass one can reach St. Paul’s Bay within ten minutes. It is also situated near to Ta’Qali which is a stone’s throw away from Mdina, the Silent City and in the other direction Naxxar, also one of the busiest towns in Malta is in touching distance. The town is a typical local village in that though it has its busy part of town, where there are plenty of shops, restaurants and office space – you still can see the people meeting in the various squares around the area.
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Apartments in Mosta – Summary
Property in Mosta is at its most diverse, and suits all needs and wishes. The town offers properties that vary in size, style, and prices. From the town heart with its quaint townhouses and rustic farmhouses, on to the modern, newly-built aparments and penthouses enjoying the quiet away from the busy centre one can witness the unique lifestyle found in Mosta. Farther away from the centre, more modern buildings with charming views are to be found, along with the luxurious property that fringes Mosta.
Prices in Mosta
2015 3 bedroom apartment cost €170,000 to buy
2015 3 bedroom penthouse cost €200,000 to buy
2015 3 bedroom apartment cost €600 to rent monthly
2015 3 bedroom penthouse cost €750 to rent monthly
Why Live in Mosta?
Mosta is rich in history which has its roots in folkloric legends, mostly denoting the building of the Chapel of Good Hope in Wied l-Isperanza. Another local heritage of considerable importance is the Mosta Dome, the 3rd largest free standing dome in Europe and 4th in the world. A miracle is associated with this church, when during World War 2 an attacking plane dropped a bomb, which punctured the dome and didn’t detonate. The punctured dome was fixed and the bomb can nowadays be seen in the church’s sacristy, and is a huge favourite with visiting tourists.