Ref: GR05071 1 bed | 1 bath

£1,150 pcm

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Property Description

A well-presented 1-Bedroom 1-Bathroom in Irish Town.

The property offers a large open-plan kitchen/living room.

It comes furnished, as well as a fully equipped kitchen.


You also get to enjoy a communal roof terrace, offering great views of The Rock and Town.

Air Conditioning/Heating


Irish Town is at the commercial heart of the city of Gibraltar.

In the period when Gibraltar was Spanish, the street was called the Calle de Santa Ana.

It was also the venue for a convent for nuns, founded in 1587. When Gibraltar was taken from Spain by an Anglo-Dutch force in 1704, The Convent of Santa Clara was abandoned by the nuns and the convent of La Merced was taken over by the Royal Navy as a storehouse and apartments for the victualling clerks. In due course, the street became known as Irish Town. The original Irish residents were probably Irish women immigrants who came to Gibraltar in late 1727 and early 1728.

They were sent out to provide female company for the troops. The street is currently a location for a synagogue, a former meat market, former warehouses and a merchant house - an example of this can be seen in Sacarello's coffee shop. The ground floor was a merchant's shop and the first floor was a store, accessed from the street by a winch on the exterior of the building. Probably the most significant public building on Irish Town is the former Victorian police station of 1864 and was the headquarters of the Royal Gibraltar Police until 1984. The bustling commercial Irish Town, in the early 20th century, included tobacco factories, coffee roasting works, and many shipping offices.

The character of the street changed in the latter 20th century when the street was pedestrianised. In addition to its traditional activities and its many shops, the street embraced a new leisure and gastronomic character with its numerous shops, bars and restaurants.

Property Details

  • 1 beds
  • 1 baths
  • Internal Size: 45m2
  • External Size: 20m2
  • Fully Furnished
  • Ownership: Leasehold

Location Info

The Town area includes the lively streets of the city, namely Main Street. Offering a large variety of multinational brands, local specialist stores, and coffee shops, Gibraltar’s main squares are The John Macintosh Square and Casemates Square. This area is a hive of activity, not just for the locals but also for our tourism, with the bus terminus and public market minutes away. Street performers entertain passers-by and military parades and concerts attract large crowds several times a year. The Governor’s Residence and the seat of H M Government of Gibraltar, No. 6 Convent Place, are at the south end of Main Street.

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