Over the past couple of years, the Queen’s former Malta home, Villa Guardamangia had been left to the previous owners’ devices, in what you can call, a state of abandonment.
A couple of months ago, the Government bought the home in an attempt to restore it to its former glory and turn it into a museum of sorts.
The villa enjoys sea views over Marsamxett Harbour from the roof terrace, has six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a grand ‘sala nobile’, and various rooms leading to a large mature garden.
We’ve already had a pretty good look at what the house looks like, thanks to footage released by TVM, but now it would seem that anyone with a curiosity for what the whole building looks like, can get a virtual tour of the whole home.
You can get the full virtual tour of Villa Guardamangia by clicking this link.
Have you taken a peek into the Queen's former Malta home yet? It will be transformed into a museum once renovated!
Publiée par Bay Easy sur Mercredi 20 mai 2020
And although it needs work, the interior screams Maltese tradition, boasting gorgeous tiles, and stair railing you barely ever see in Maltese buildings anymore. Every room tells a different story, and it seems like every room has a different style of tiles laid out. Some furniture is still seen in the tour, with bathrooms more or less intact, gorgeous garden views, and gorgeous statues still available all over the house.
The virtual tour lets you walk around anywhere you’d like, moving from floor to floor, into spaciously empty rooms.
One can only imagine what the place will look like once it is restored.