A Majestic Historic 16th Century Palazzo surrounded by high walls and 4,000 sq.m. of gardens built in 1589, during the period Malta belonged to the Knights of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem who came to Malta in 1530 and stayed for over 200 years. In fact, it is said that the Palazzo was the country residence of one of the Knights who was next in line to succeed the Grand Master. A plaque outside the palazzo was erected by Qormi Local Council testifying to its status as one of the oldest houses in the area. A grand vaulted hallway opens onto a large central courtyard which leads to several stately rooms, all with exquisite architecture. The upper floor with its impressive Sala Nobile enjoys a continuous open stone balcony which surrounds the Palace and the elaborate staircase. All terraces lead off the main rooms and overlook the stunning courtyard and the magical gardens with its unique belvedere, orchards, groves, swimming pool and entertaining areas. Also complimenting this unique property is a baroque chapel, independent servant quarters, two large original stables, spring water, five car garage and other numerous features.