Historical Old Town apartment in Tallinn
Tallinn, Vanalinn, Lai
This apartment, situated in Tallinn Old Town is a true historical gem. The foundation of the building dates back to 1360 when St Oleviste vicarage was situated here. The current building was designed in 1800 by architect Konstantin Wilcken. The building was restored in 2001, and this apartment was completely renovated by 2015. Found during the renovation- are medieval paintings from the 14th century, which were preserved and are now on display in the dining room.
This home features a beautiful, spacious kitchen and dining room area where you can seat over ten people.
Two separate living rooms can be used to host dinner parties or facilitate your other needs, whether you need a large home office or TV room for the family. The master bedroom is on the main level of the apartment. On the second floor, you will find a studio-type room with a small kitchen, a sitting area, and a bed. A luxurious sauna-spa and two beautiful bathrooms create a sanctuary in your home.
The apartment has plenty of storage room, which is especially rare in the Old Town area.
The apartment building consists of six apartments. There is a shared, intimate courtyard with barbecue facilities and a lounge area. Parking in this part of the Old Town is convenient.