Within the enclosed bastions of this fortified medieval town, Mdina, also known as ‘the silent city’ is a site to behold. This wide fronted 300 year old unconverted House of Character, located close to the bastions is a rare find and boasts of authentic features including patterned floors, stone arches, wooden beams, a well and the rare ‘Mashrabija window’ an ancient feature enshrouded in lattice work enabling discretion from the outside world and cool air to pass through the façade. At ground level, a welcoming hallway leads onto a central courtyard having five rooms and a guest toilet together with a cellar surround it. An original stone staircase leads to the upper level with a bright and spacious landing, three further spacious rooms and a bathroom. With access through the traditional garigor, a laundry and full roof overlooking other traditional properties and the famous bastions complete this property. Freehold. Once converted, this would be a graceful residence for the discerning client looking for tranquillity in one of the most prestigious locations in the world.