Beautiful house in Mezaparks for sale or rent!
Internet and cable TV available.
Convenient layout. On the −1 floor located: 34 m² garage, sauna, laundry room, shower and wardrobe.
On the 1st floor: entrance hall, living room, home cinema, veranda with antique furniture, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, wc, bedrooms, 2 terraces with bbq place.
On the 2nd floor: 2 rooms with balconies and view to pine forest.
Mezhaparks (in German known also as Kaiserwald) is a neighbourhood in North Central Riga. The name is literally translated as 'forest park'. In 17th century Mezhapark neighbourhood went by the name Kaiserwald, because in 1621 Sweden King Gustav II built a camp for his army on this place. This name remained until 1923, when it was officially changed to Mezhapark. Until the middle of 19th century farmers lived on this place, they provided Riga with their production. It was also the place of rest for city people during summer time. At the end of 19th century the main engineer of Riga thought of building villas in the lake Kishezers region. At the beginning of 20th century the active building has begun. More then 100 dwelling-houses were built. But the situation changed after World War II, when beautiful villas were nationalized and after this many houses were left. In the 1990s houses were given back to their owners. Nowadays Mezhapark is one of the most prestigious regions of the city.
Riga Zoo is another favourite city people's place to rest. It is the oldest Zoo in the Northern Europe. The big Song Festival stage is also situated in Mezhapark. The festival takes place every four years. There is also the smallest Lutheran church in Riga.
Territory 800 m², with pines, 500 m² lawn and 200 m² greenery. On the territory there are: main house; 2. storage building for keeping bicycles and other equipment. Video surveyance and alarm system are connected.
We can help you with your Latvian residency permit application when buying a property worth €250,000 or more.