Pikk 15, Kesklinn, Tallinn, Harjumaa

Stylish 1-room apartment in the heart of Tallinn's Old Town.

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Rooms I room
Area 25.6 m2
Price 550 €
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General Information

Price

  • 550 € / per month

Condition

  • Complete

Total area

25.6 m2

Year of construction

1636

Rooms

1

Floors

3

Floor

2

Parking type

Fee

Ownership rights

Apartment

Energy certificate

Puudub

Sewerage

Central

Building material

Stone house

Roof

Tiled rood

Additional information

Heating

  • Central heating

Furniture

  • Furnished
  • Home electronics/TV
  • Lighting

Safety

  • Locked stairwell
  • Neighbourhood watch
  • Door entry systems
  • Security door
  • smoke detectors

Bathroom

  • Boiler
  • Shower
  • WC
  • Bathrooms: 1

Kitchen

  • Kitchen hood
  • Refrigerator
  • Kitchen furniture
  • Open-plan kitchen
  • Stove

Communications and Facilities

  • Cable TV
  • Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Ventilation

Surrounding

Location

City center

Roads

Good conditions

Surrounding buildings

Apartment buildings

Closest Water body

Sea

Water Body

Tallinna laht

Sports facilities

Yes

Grocery store

0.02 km

Water body distance

0.9 km

University

0.75 km

High School

0.25 km

Kindergarten

0.7 km

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Description

An exclusive studio apartment for rent in an environmentally valuable house in the heart of Tallinn’s Old Town, where unique restaurants, a rich cultural and educational environment and the medieval Old Town as a UNESCO World Heritage Site meet.

The Pikk 15 building is one of the most colorful representatives of Tallinn’s most valued area. It is a gorgeous 3-storey apartment building with an extremely long history, with only 6 apartments and 1 commercial space

The apartment includes a living room with an open kitchen, 2 bedrooms, a bathroom with toilet and a hall. The windows face the courtyard. The apartment offers a unique and unrivalled view of the streets of the Old Town!

HOUSE HISTORY

Buildings on the property Pikk 15 were first mentioned in the early 15th century: fences along Pika and Laia streets, a beerhouse. The façade architecture of the 14th- and 15th-century civic house and the dihedral-type division of the rooms were lost during the 18th-19th-century alterations to the building, designed by the architect Erwin Bernhard in 1891.

The design of the building, which is still preserved today, was carried out in 1898 by the architect Konstantin Wilcken, while the commercial windows on the ground floor were designed in 1949 by the architect A. Ennet.

Since the middle of the 20th century, changes have been made to the internal layout of the buildings. In 1998, repairs were made to the roofs of the courtyard buildings. The façades were restored in the summer of 2007.

CONSTRUCTION AND INTERIOR FINISHING

Modernity, history and the dignity of the Old Town meet in the most authentic form. This is a home where modern design solutions are perfectly blended with historical elements in a rustic style.

The nostalgic touch is added by thick limestone walls, wooden beams, rustic wooden floors and double solid wood windows with wooden sills.

The choice of finishing materials used in the construction has taken into account the historical details of the apartment.

EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE

The apartment is rented with furniture. Custom-made furniture and antique furniture items of pure style are used.

The functional and spacious kitchen has plenty of work space. Appliances include a Smeg mini fridge-freezer, a gas cooker and an extractor fan.

UTILITIES

The heating of the apartment is solved on the basis of central heating. There is an active and wisely managing cooperative in the house.

The apartment has a hot water boiler.

PARKING

In the vicinity of the house (in the zone of the T2 parking area) it is possible to park with the permission of a city resident.

Aia tn 7 Europark and Väike Rannavärav 6 Barking Parking lots are within walking distance.

LOCATION

The apartment is just a few minutes ’walk from cozy cafés and fine restaurants, culture and entertainment, as well as beautiful parks and an attractive seafront area. Access to both the port and the airport is also logistically easy and fast.

The nearest grocery store is the Old Town Rimi Express. Also nearby are Viru Center, Baltic Station Market, Department Store, Rotermann Quarter, Kalev Spa, My Fitness Sports Club, Coca-Cola Plaza Cinema and much more.

Another added value to the active area of ​​the Old Town is the proximity of schools offering a high level of education – Gustav Adolf Gymnasium is only a few hundred meters away and both the Old Town Education College and the G. Ots Tallinn Music School are nearby. The nearest kindergartens are the Old Town Kindergarten and the Old Town Education College Kindergarten Aiake.

If you want to live in the most prestigious area of ​​the city in the middle of history, you are welcome to contact us to make an appointment to make sure this is your new home!

Upon concluding the contract, the first month’s rent must be paid in advance, a brokerage fee and a deposit.

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Pille Karotamm