Lot 6 - Two-storey house 236 sqm, land 3742 sqm. Dārzu 77, Jūrmala, LV 2008. Architects Ralf Tamm and Angela
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Address: Darzu 77, Jurmala, LV 2008The authors of the house, Estonian architects Ralph Tamm and Angela Orgusaar, received awards for outstanding projectswww.arhitektid.eeTwo-storey house 236 sq.m., land plot 3742 sq.m. The permission of the Jurmala City Council to divide the land in half was received by the second address Darzu 77a, where it is allowed to build a house of the same size.Heating: a heat pump made in Finland and a stove/fireplace reconstructed from Finnish ceramic tiles with a nickel hole from the early 20th century.Water: wellSewerage: citySecurity systems: G4SOn the territory of the house there are fruit trees and a natural ground cover pine forest with blueberries has been preserved. Near the house there is a flowering three-petal magnolia of Appalachian origin, found in the Liepaja arboretum.Space for several cars and a Swedish made wooden house.The house is built of concrete, glass (three-layer Shucko windows made in Germany), wood and dolomite with a metal roof Preffa, Austria.For interior decoration used: Italian natural stone, stone tiles from Italy and Sweden. Swedish paints.The premises are equipped with Italian and Swiss sanitary ware, Swedish and Italian household appliances, Italian-made Binova kitchen furniture, antique furniture, as well as designer furniture made in Denmark and Sweden.Tehnogym sports simulator. Wall mural by the English company Brown and sons. Massage shower, copper bath - handmade according to the Swedish model of the 17th century.Low maintenance costs at home. For three people living on their own, no more than 350 euros in winter and 150 euros in summer. When declaring the city of Jurmala, free entry and a 90% discount on real estate tax.