All apartments sold in Wismari 31!12.02.18
The new year has taken off with a fresh start for home buyers. All the homes in Wismari 31 have found their owners – the last two of the Milieu House’s four-room apartments were bought in January.
Wismari 31 building in finishing stage – first home owners moving in for Christmas!22.12.17
The Miljöö Maja is undergoing its final finishing touches and cleaning works. The last details are being installed and minor painting works done. Only apartment 9 is still in working progress, ready by the first half of January.
Miljöö Maja Customer’s Day on October 3rd at restaurant Trühvel – discounts up to 5000€22.09.17
We are expecting you on Tuesday, October 3rd to visit Hermann’s House Customers’ Day 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. at restaurant Trühvel, Telliskivi 60 (see location on map)
The Milieu House finishing plans – area inspired contrasts and material combinations15.02.17
All Milieu House apartments are available with high quality and carefully planned finishes created by interior architects from Architect 11. There are three interior finishing plans available, two of which are the primary plans providing a choice between area-inspired contrasts and material combinations.
For people looking for a solution with extra elegance and luxury, we offer the VIP plan, which takes the quality of finishes and the comfort of use to a new level with carefully designed finishes and a Smart Home system.
Kassisaba – historic suburb of Toompea15.02.17
Toompea’s suburb Kassisaba is an excellent example of a district of wooden houses, which has largely retained its historic buildings and milieu, and has been professionally restored. The Kassisaba sub-district, known for maintaining the valued historic milieu of the neighbourhood, was first mentioned in year 1732. The name Kassisaba (Cat’s Tail) is likely to have come from the higher defence structures built at the corners of the castle ramparts and the roads descending from these. In German these roads were called “Katzenschwanz”, the direct translation of which is “Cat’s Tail”. One such defence structure was situated right before the western wall of the Toompea castle.