Baron's house. A unique single-family house in the city centre.

The original project of the building was approved by the Tallinn city government in 1897 and was authored by the architect Moritz Alexander Rudolf Baron Engelhardt. Hence the current name of the house. The house featured limestone exterior walls and a vaulted brick ceiling. Architects Eek & Mutso have taken the historical house, the foundation of which unfortunately did not stand the test of time, as an inspiration and model for the design of the new residential building. The B-energy class house was built using modern materials while preserving the historical appearance.

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Magdaleena eramu, Liven
Baroni maja kesklinnas. Liven, Magdaleena 4/2

Modern town house – 134,8 m2

The Baron’s house is a very special private home with six rooms, a sauna, and a terrace, with the glass facade of the kitchen-dining room being six meters high. The interior of the home can be characterized with the words “modern town house” and its focus will be the limestone-covered wall with a glass facade between the dining and living room.

 

 

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Terrace with evening and afternoon sun

6 meter ceilings

Spacious living room separated from the kitchen

Sauna with a glass wall

Home office or an extra room for guests

Master bedroom with an interior window

Bathroom and walk-in with an internal window

The house is rated B for its energy efficiency and the water-powered floor heating is adjustable separately in each room. The dining room has a six-meter window with smart glass. The glass can be opaqued for privacy.

Unique living in the city center

The front terrace receives evening sun and the future owners have a private yard area of approx. 70 m2 and a fenced yard area common to all four houses, where there are play attractions for children and a ping-pong table and barbecue area for the older ones. The house has one parking space in the outdoor parking lot next to the house.

Baroni maja kesklinnas. Liven, Magdaleena 4/2

A finish that supports space

A wide, single-strip light oak parquet is used in the Baron’s house. Warm white colour is used on the walls. The 2.3-meter-high profile doors have hidden hinges and magnetic locking, in the same colour as the wall. The selection of ceramic tiles is greyish beige to further emphasize the light, warm parquet. A wooden staircase leads to the second floor.

The details are black or anthracite grey, the VAL75 door handles are designed by Estonian designer Aap Piho and match the matte black series of anthracite grey sockets and switches. Recessed lights also have a black border.

Details support a whole

Baron’s house sanitary ware is matte white. The sinks and toilet bowls are from the GSI range, the stone bathtub from the Estonian manufacturer Balteco. Faucets are selected from the Grohe Essence series. The master bedroom bathroom has a glass wall and next to the stone bathtub is an elegant Grohe floor-standing faucet in a graphite grey finish.

This home has a cosy sauna, the steam room has a glass wall, the lining board and the sauna platform have a dark grey finish and are treated with SUP sauna wax. The Estonian design heater Huum Hive provides warmth and decorates the steam room.

 

A room for everyone

The bedrooms are on the second floor. There are several bathrooms in the house so that each family member can use them at their own time.

Get in touch!

Pärle Raud

Sales Manager
Real Estate Broker (189393)

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Pärle Raud

Sales Manager
Real Estate Broker (189393)

Pärle has been involved in real estate sales since 1997. During this time she has successfully sold hundreds of apartments.What Pärle enjoys most is being on the road – literally and figuratively. She is always up for a walk in nature, a motorbike ride exploring the big, wide world or studying something new. This keeps her senses keen and her mind fresh: as the saying goes, a rolling stone gathers no moss.

Pärle studied at the Tartu Teacher’s Seminar to become a music teacher, as well as theory of culture at the Estonian Humanitarian Institute and editing and reviewing of Estonian language at Tallinn University. She edits, reviews and publishes books as a hobby. Her extensive experience in real estate dates back to 1997, when she spent 11 years at Pindi Kinnisvara as a residential property broker and instructor to other brokers. For the next six years she dealt with sales of Skanska real estate projects. She still puts her heart and soul into this work, since she likes people as much as she does books.