- Updated On:
- January 27, 2022
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
Elizabetes Rezidence, built in 1855 as a historical monument. The building was reconstructed in 2013/2014, preserving the historical appearance of the facade. The house has 21 high-class apartments, ranging from 65 sq.m to 145 sq.m.
The apartments are offered with full interior finishing according to a specially developed design project. Most apartments have a fireplace. World famous brands are used in the decoration of the house: sockets and switches – the German brand Jung, ceramic sanitary ware from Falper, Zucchetti, Teuco, Bisazza, radiators from Tubes. Cabinets, furniture – Lema, Molteni & C, Moooi, Ligne Rosset, etc. Kitchen equipment – Arclinea.
Residents of the house will be offered a “smart home concept”, also called home automation, smart home or smart building system, which allows you to connect various devices in the house, control and remotely control – heating, lighting, blinds, security systems, ventilation, as well as audio and video device.
For floors in living rooms, corridors and bathrooms, natural types of wood (oak) are used – natural stone 2 cm thick, marble or tuff. Excellent heat and sound insulation is provided by high-quality wooden oak windows, and an exclusive wooden door gives the interior elegance. In modern exclusive luminaires – LED lamps. The load-bearing walls of the building are brick, the inner walls are building blocks.
Each apartment has a built-in fireplace.
The architect of the building is Janis Friedrich Baumanis. Baumanis designed about 150 buildings, including the building of the Bank of Latvia, the building of the Riga Regional Court and the building of the Riga Circus. Baumanis created the exterior and interior of the 18th house on Elizabetes Street, bringing to life the idea of entrepreneur and philanthropist Kristaps Bergs, after whom “Berga Bazaar” is named.
House-managed 0.70 euro / m2
It is possible to purchase underground parking