Pirita Jõepark — your home in the lap of nature!
Two sheltered and cosy apartment buildings were constructed in the vicinity of the Pirita river valley landscape protection area in a lovely forest park. 16 surveillance cameras that buzz 24/7 provide a constant sense of security.
The development area on the outskirts of the Priisle urban region is a true natural pearl. In addition to the dense forested park, the area boasts the virginal and ancient valley of the winding Pirita River.
The apartments have spacious terraces with a view of the forest. A modern playground will be constructed for the tiniest family members in between the buildings. However, the entire huge landscape protection area is really a playground where fun never ends—be it fishing or building playhouses.
The new Kuuskivi bus stops are just 200 metres from the buildings and guarantee excellent connection with the city centre. Several schools, kindergartens and large shops are nearby.
Both of the buildings in Pirita Jõepark have been completed—the available spaces include both little nests with a single room as well as spacious 4-room family apartments.
Start your jog or evening walk right from the doorstep and enjoy the picturesque landscape that is unparalleled in Tallinn. Add fresh air and dulcet birdsong, and you’ve got a perfect living environment.
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For example, when taking out a housing loan of 30,000 euros with a non-fixed interest rate of 3.0% per year, monthly repayments with a loan period of 360 months and a 300 euro contract fee, the initial annual percentage rate is 3.12% per year, the total credit cost is 15,833.24 euros and the total sum for returning the credit and covering the total credit cost would be 45,833.24 euros. The collateral of the credit must be insured throughout the entire loan period; however, the insurance costs depend on the loan recipient's chosen insurer and insurance conditions, which are unknown to the lender. The loan recipient pays the state fee and notary fee necessary for posting collateral, the final amount of which is not known to the lender. The loan recipient pays the fee for the evaluation of the collateral, the amount of which depends on the surveyor and is therefore unknown to the lender.
* Photos on the website are illustrative and may differ from the final developed living environment