Be stunned by the beauty and charm of the traditional Kalamaja wooden houses in rows, set off by the trees and flowers. Be inspired by the unconventional businesses opening in Telliskivi and the new ideas blossoming in the Creative Hub, both significant cultural magnets in Tallinn. Then, be satisfied that you live in the middle of it all.
Everyone has to consume food, but in your new neighborhood, people know how to really eat. There are colorful taste experiences everywhere you look, thanks to the multitude of cafes and restaurants in the area. Try the local favourites Sesoon and Boheem, or walk a minute further for Foody Allen, Kukeke or F-Hoone. Latin and Indian restaurants provide a touch of the exotic. Everything is within a few hundred meters’ radius.
After you eat, enjoy some fresh sea air walking along the nearby Cultural Kilometer. The historic ties to the water are all on view here, from the swiftly developing Noblessner Port area at one end to the landmark Fish Market at the other.
Not every home can claim that it has a park for a yard, but yours can. The Valgevase 9b buildings find special added value in Kalma Park, which is practically an extension to the homes’ courtyard. The green space with its children’s playgrounds, hills, lighted cycling and pedestrian path and tranquil rest areas make it easy, fun and care-free for the family to be together outdoors. Children and parents alike will feel at ease, with outdoor options so close at home.
Friendship and herbs can blossom together at the community planter boxes in the courtyard. The courtyard is the heart of the Valgevase 9b community. Meeting those who share your space is one of life’s simple pleasures.