Shop to Let (or sell) in Balzan, functioning up to three months ago as a Grocer/Green Grocer.
High value residential area, easy parking, no competitive outlets in the area.
Shop has commercial license to operate as Grocer/Green Grocer.
Ħal Balzan is small village in Malta, one of the so-called three villages, together with Attard and Lija. The village originally consisted of a group of small dwellings and farms but eventually grew, becoming a parish in the 17th century. As of March 2011 the village has 4,234 inhabitants
In Malta, many village names are identical to certain family names, as in Attard and Lija. It is believed by some, therefore, that the village inherited its name from a Sicilian family whose family name was Balzan (or Balzano). Other historians claim that ‘balzan’ refers to a Sicilian tax collector that could have come to Malta to collect taxes for his Sicilian feudal master. This tax collector could have resided in Balzan thus giving the village its present name.
The village of Ħal Balzan has 4,234 inhabitants.
The total area is 0.6 km2
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