Quiet block with widely spaced buildings
In Pitäjänmäki, Reimarla there are several houses in the same cohesive, quiet and comfortable yard district. This enjoyable, leafy area of low-rise buildings features lush grounds with plenty of places to enjoy outdoor living. The buildings are named after characters in Aleksis Kivi’s classic Finnish novel Seven Brothers; the buildings at Piispantie 3 are called Eero, Venla and Männistö.
Piispantie 3 E has been built in 1993 and Piispantie 3 A-B and C-D in the 1960s. These two older low-rise apartment buildings have now been fully renovated with respect for the spirit of the area to meet the demands of today’s living. 42 clear-lined 1-bedroom homes and 6 efficient 2-bedroom homes have a new, fresh look after the renovation. All homes have open-plan kitchens that connect to the living areas. The communal areas have also been renovated. Both houses have laundries and separate drying rooms.
Environmentally friendly geothermal energy has been chosen as the heating method for the houses.
Pitäjänmäki has several day care centres and everyday services within easy reach. There is a nice playground in the area, and the Tali Tennis Centre and sports park are within 1 km away. The grounds of the Tali manor park and Pajamäki have several beautiful walking routes, and there are also local maintained cross-country skiing tracks in the winter. The area is accessible by train as well as from Vihdintie road by several regional and U line buses headed for Espoo, Vantaa, Klaukkala and Takkula.For transport links, see the HSL Journey Planner »
1 bedroom + kitchenette
Apartments including balconies, as well as building including courtyard are non-smoking
Not included in rent
Latest customer benefits, customer service, payment information available easily.
1 br., 2 br.
Laundry house, Drying room, Air-raid shelter, Attic or cellar or storage room, Outdoor storage room, House sauna
Parking space available. More info email@example.com. Not included in rent.
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