This unique apartment in Tallinn Old Town is a true historical gem. The foundation of the building dates back from 1360 when St Olaviste vicarage situated here. The current building was build in 1800 by architect Konstantin Wilcken. The whole building was restored in 2001 and this apartment was completely renovated in 2015 with best possible materials. Also found during the renovation- medieval paintings from 14th century, which were preserved and now displayed in the dining room walls.
For great entertaining this home features a beautiful spacious kitchen and dining room area which can seat over 10 people and 2 separate living rooms can be used to host bigger groups or alternatively just for a family use, where one area can be used as tv/movie room and the other one for recreation. There is one large bedroom and another studio type room in the 2nd floor with a small kitchen, sitting area and sleeping facilities. Luxurious sauna-spa and 2 beautiful bathrooms. The apartment has also plenty of storage room. Central heating is operated with gas and keeps the communal costs moderately low. The housing company is small formed from just 6 apartments. They share a cosy little courtyard with barbecue facilities and a lounge area. Parking in this part of old town is trouble free.