The flawless quality of Merko’s construction work means you’re guaranteed a home that’s built to last. Energy class B and a pleasant interior climate are ensured by water-based underfloor heating, separate forced-air ventilation in each apartment and windows with excellent heat-retention properties. 20 cm of the 44 cm thick exterior walls, which are made from reinforced concrete, are packed with insulation, while the building’s concrete structure guarantees the sound-proofing you want against noise from both inside and out. The balconies, which can be closed off with sliding glass panels, allow you to make the most of the Estonian weather.View location
Paepark has been designed as an integrated living environment, at the heart of which is Pae Lake and a well-tended park. Within the area itself and in the surrounding areas you’ll find everything you need for convenient everyday living – kindergartens and schools, bus stops and stores, sports facilities and exercise areas, Kumu Art Museum and the Song Festival Grounds. The apartment buildings are encircled by the park itself, recreational areas, trails perfect for walking, cycling and skiing as well as footpaths and bike tracks. Diverse landscaping is found throughout, resounding to the songs of the dozens of different birds that nest here.
The new 14-storey apartment buildings are well-matched to the existing architecture in the area. You’ll enjoy great views from your balcony, be they over the Old Town, Lake Ülemiste or Tallinn Bay. Close by you’ll find Pae Park and Pae Lake, exercise areas and playgrounds, a bubbling fountain and a bridge which is beautifully lit at night.