Scandinavian home in hip area

Scandinavian home in hip area

Maarja

 

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home was built in 2016. We finished decorating just a year ago (although there's always something to do). It is three bedroom apartment (one bedroom is changed into office) with an open kitchen and living room. The office and baby room are not pictured, these look nice - I promise! It is possible to but a matress in the baby room to create more sleeping places. It has a long balcony with a view to the city.
It's fenced and locked area with six houses, there's little green area (the garden), playground and table tennis. There's a parking lot in this same locked and fenced area, outside.
The train station is quite near and you can see trains passing by, these do not make noise. Only a few old ones (ca 3-4 per day) passing by can make some noise.

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More about us

  1. We're a family of three, me, my boyfriend and our baby boy.

  2. My boyfriend is a web designer and I work in fashion.

  3. We enjoy living in Tallinn as it is a very easy-going and small city. We like calm cities, friendly people and spending time in the nature.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

It is a very hip area. Just around the corner is the Telliskivi Creative City. This is the largest creative centre in Estonia, consisting of studios, creative companies, and offices of NGOs.
There are several small designer stores and studios, 10 unique eating and drinking places, photo galleries, and a lot of street art.
Nearly 600 cultural events take place annually and a flea market is organised on every Saturday.

Buzzy restaurants
Frenchy, Kärbes, Kivi Paber Käärid, Kolm SIbulat.
Cool bars
Shvips, Sveta, Club of Different Rooms.
Cozy cafés
Boheem, Ristikheina, Reval Cafe.
Bit of culture
Many cultural sights and little gallerys. Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava, Theatre Vaba Lava.

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