A unique and very seldom found possibility to buy a private home between Kadriorg Park and the song festival grounds has just appeared.
Location: Harju County, Tallinn, city centre district, Oru St 12
On the edge of Kadriorg Park, a building is being offered with beautiful furbishing, a spacious courtyard and multi-faceted forecourt, two main floors, a basement floor with saunas and a garage as well as an attic.
The dream of every home buyer – a private home in the city centre amid nature, close to the sea and several cultural objects here and there.
1116 m2 immovable has been nicely furbished with several type of permanent bushes and decorative trees that change colour and this according to a landscape architect’s vision. In the corner of the immovable, there is an outdoor fireplace with a stone-covered terrace.
THE PRIVATE HOUSE
Besides the peculiar location quality, the private home, fully reconstructed with quality materials in the end of the 1990s.
The building’s net area of all floors is 333,0 m2.
On the I floor, there is a hallway-staircase hall. A living room with a fireplace, a kitchen-dining room, a utility room and a pantry.
On the II floor, there are 2 bedrooms, a shower room-WC a master bedroom with a bathroom and a wardrobe; a beautiful oak staircase leads to this floor. The staircase hall boasts a light opening with stained glass.
From the II floor via a spiral staircase access opens to the attic, the floor of which is covered with cork.
On the basement floor, a garage for two cars, a hallway-wardrobe, a staircase hall, a toilet, a boiler room, a fireplace room, a shower room with Finnish sauna and a steam sauna.
Internal design has made use of classical and possibly natural materials from 1998. The room floors have laid slate parquet made of oak. Kitchen furnishings have been modernised also after the reconstruction works in the 2000s.
The initial internal design that has been somewhat changed during time has been completed according to the eye of an interior designer.
VIDEO of internal rooms and the courtyard: https://youtu.be/Go3pRqV_B28
AUTUMN VIDEO of the immovable: https://youtu.be/vERXoiRaFX0
On the basement floor, I and II floor, in heated rooms, there is underfloor water heating based on a gas boiler. Electricity heating on attic floor.
Central water and sewerage.
Signalisation system placed in 1998.
The immovable is located in the protection zone of heritage conservation objects and in the area of milieu value.
Kadriorg park and palace, Russalka, Jaan Koort monument, the ice cellar of Kadriorg palace, Villa Mon Repos, Peter the Great House Museum, cult stone, Kadriorg palace’s gardener’s house, the guest house of the palace complex, Tallinn Upper Lighthouse or the White Lighthouse, sundial, the sculpture Belvedere Apollo, Park Pavilion (Lustla), children’s park pavilion are located close by.
Tallinn song festival grounds 400m
The Baltic Sea 500-700m
Kadriorg Park 100m
Kadriorg Palace at bird’s-eye view 740m
Kumu Art Museum 620m
The Town Hall Square of Tallinn Old Town at bird’s-eye view 3,3 km
Oru St is is one of the calmest and silent streets in the area, with less traffic.
The building itself is located much higher than the street surface. Thus, people passing by do not see to the courtyard or in from windows; they are not heard or seen indoors.
Parking is possible in a garage, in front of the garage door and by Oru Street next to the house.
A fantastic location, would suit every family as a cosy home!
More information and visits are organised by the professional broker of Lahe Kinnisvara, Tauno Pajuri.