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Elegant and modern twin Villa in Mezhapark

698,000 €
  • Total area
    300 m²
  • Land area
    699 m²
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Features
  • Total rooms: 5
  • 2-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Garden

For sale is offered elegant and modern Villa Magnolia (Twin villa) in one of the most prestigious districts of Riga — Mezaparks!

Mežaparka Rezidences covers 31 ha of well-developed territory that is a harmonic continuation of the original Mežaparks district.

The concept is designed to create a closed, private, and completely developed community with villas, twin-villas, row houses, and apartment buildings, the designs for which have been created by well-known Latvian architects. The first phase of development has been completed. Paved, lit pedestrian walkways and streets are interspersed with benches.

The territory has 24 hr security. All necessary utilities have been installed – water and sewage, gas, and electricity. In order to maintain the architectural harmony of the community, all individual home designs must adhere to the general project concept.

The twin houses reflects characteristics of modern architecture, at the same time maintaining coziness in the house and individuality in the exterior solutions. The houses are a modern interpretation of the Mezaparks art nouveau villas, which creates a sense of belonging to a historical garden city.

“Twin houses are a modern interpretation of the Mezaparks Art Nouveau villas, which create a sense of belonging to the historic garden city. ”

Layout of floors -

1st floor — living room with kitchen area, tehnical room, guest bathroom, wardrobe, office and garage for two cars;

2nd floor — master bedroom with wardroobe room and bathroom, two children's bedrooms, second bathroom,, terrace;

Living area of ​​the house is 188 sq. m., terraces −57 sq. m., garage — 55 sq. m.

Villa is offered with grey finishing. Floor plans in the PDF application.

We have information about all the villas, row houses, apartments and plots of land for sale in this project. Please contact us to get all the latest information and prices!

Extra opportunities

We can help you with your Latvian residency permit application when buying a property worth €250,000 or more.

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Statistics in Riga

Price per m², €
1,733
Healthcare efficiency level
62
Index 62 from 100

The index reflects how respondents rank the overall level of healthcare quality, professionalism of medical staff, quality of equipment, cost of services, etc.

Safely rate
62
Index 62 from 100

When evaluating the crime level, Numbeo survey respondents (local residents) have shared their expectations of how safe would a lone walk in the part be for them during the day and night.

Real estate Price, €
Apartment in the city centre, m² 1,732.56
Apartment in a bedroom community, m² 1,076.71
Transport Price, €
Public transport, 1 ride 1.15
Monthly travel card 50.0
Taxi, 1 km 0.62
Petrol, 1 l 1.25
Food Price, €
Water, 1.5 l 0.59
Milk, 1 l 0.9
White bread, 500 g 0.85
Eggs, a dozen 1.65
Chicken fillet, 1 kg 5.26
Education Price, €
Kindergarten, per month 321.67
International school, per year 10,823.53
Health care index
Staff competence 67.76
Medical equipment 70.83
Research accuracy and completeness 63.0
Attitude towards patients 60.86
Security index
Crime rate 38.04
The risk of being robbed 32.0
The risk of car theft 46.81
The risk of break-in and property damage 46.9

The data is provided by numbeo.com and based on the answers of its users.
Tranio does not guarantee its reliability.

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