Rähni 4, Tallinn
Rähni 4 is the building of Tallinn in all its dignity: a prominent stone staircase and an eye-catching front door, two-coloured tiles at the entrance, a limestone staircase and a handrail made by the best carpenters of their time. In the building, there are historically authentic light switches, cosy oak parquet and Scandinavian-style furnishings, a barbecue area in the yard and a play area for the little ones. This is a home where you can feel good.
The story of Rähni Street got its beginning during the First Republic, when dignified Tallinn-type houses with stone staircases were built on the quiet street on the border of the city centre. 80 years later, everything necessary for life is in the area, but the quiet Rähni Street has preserved its green look and dignified, timeless living environment. The yellow house, located next to the city centre, is away from the high traffic flow and within walking distance of many kindergartens, schools, and shops.