A calm residential area close to the city centre in the historic Tartu Ülejõe area, a stone house with timber boarding, own closed yard – these are the reasons why we recommend this new home on Pärna Street.
Pärna 28a apartment house is located in Tartu Ülejõe area approx within ten minutes walk from the city centre. Close by shops, school and kindergartens. Quiet calm streets and mainly two-floor timber and stone houses in the area.
Pärna 28a apartment house has the total of 7 apartments:
- 1 one-room – apartment no 3, on the second floor. Apartment’s brief description: the bedroom can be separated from the living room by a glass or partition wall; the bedroom part has also on window and a wardrobe; in the living room two windows and in the WC-bathroom one window.
- 1 two-room – apartment no 2, on the second floor. Apartment’s brief description: a spacious living room with a kitchen and three windows, WC-bathroom with one window, a hallway with wardrobe, in the bedroom, a big wardrobe and a round window.
- 4 four-room with big terraces – apartments on the first (apartments 4 and 5) and on the second floor (apartments 6 and 7). Apartments 4 and 6 with the same plan – a spacious big living room with access to terrace, a kitchen corner, 3 bedrooms, in each a place for wardrobe, a hallway with a wardrobe, separate WC and WC-bathroom with sauna.
Apartments 5 and 7 have the same plan – a spacious big living room with access to terrace, a big kitchen corner with window, separate WC and WC-bathroom with sauna, hallway with a wardrobe.
- 1 five-room apartment – on the first floor, apartment 1 – apartment has 12 windows, living room and kitchen separate, three bedrooms, also one work room, a big hallway with wardrobe.
In conclusion: apartments have a thought through spatial plan: with partially open kitchen, living room, bedrooms, each apartment has a wardrobe or wardrobe places, WC and shower room together.
In interior finishing, a cosy and homely style. Floors with natural parquet. Walls in light tones, but the purchaser can choose wall colour and tiling according to their choice until the end of July.
The immovable is bordered by a fence and there is also a small children’s playing corner.
Building energy class C.
Apartment house will be finalised in October 2016.
About the history of the reconstructed building and registered immovable:
Before nationalisation, the buildings and the plot belonged to Tomasson wool and paint fabric in 1940, with a wool and painting industry functioning in the buildings (main activity was dyeing of fabrics). At Soviet time, the buildings went under the governance of Tartu Linna Tööstuskombinaat. Until 1961 industrial processing plant Kangur was active here, after that, industrial processing plant Areng.