Located in Tallinn Old Town’s famed Toompea, this historical two-bedroom apartment from 1798 boasts views to Alexander Nevsky cathedral and is ideally situated in the Old Town for silence and privacy. Combination of oversized windows and high ceilings make all living spaces feel grand and full of natural daylight.
The apartment offers a well-planned layout which spreads through three elegant rooms of the home. The cozy living room is perfect for entertaining smaller groups and offers plenty of wall-space for art. Privately tucked away around the corner, find a the kitchen area, fully equipped with appliances, featuring a large kitchen island and high-quality furniture. The two bedrooms in the home have private bathrooms, while the spacious wardrobes are hidden into the hallway. Living room, hallway and two bedrooms feature hardwood oak parquet. The entrance is fitted with double gates for extra security.
The two-storey classicist-style building at Kohtu 2 offers a high Baroque-styled roof, a large triangle frontispiece and a central avant-corps. The house was built in 1798 by a Baltic German noble family Kaulbars, on the location of three other houses built there in 1683. In 1814 the house was ruled by earl H. H. Tiesenhausen and during Soviet Union times a national F. R. Kreutzwald’s library was operating in the building. The house was completely renovated in 2004.