This is an exclusive and truly unique offer in the most popular resort city in the Baltic States - Jurmala. A sophisticated three storey private house is located in a quiet and beautiful location on the shores of the Baltic Sea. The sea is just a minute away.
The private house has 1220.9 m2 of floor space and offers unforgettable views of the sea and surrounding territory. The house has all the necessary rooms for life and leasure - a spacious and elegant living room, eight bedrooms, two kitchens, few cabinets, bathrooms, wardrobes, utility rooms and other rooms for children and stuff, as well as a home theatre, a billiards room, a gym, pool, spa area with steam sauna and a wine cellar. The house is fully renovated, furnished and equipped with all necessary utilities. The bright and ornate interior design creates a sense of comfort and coziness. The territory around the house (7075 m2) is green and well-tended. Here you will be able to relax from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy lovely natural landscapes.
A sophisticated and very spacious private house in Jurmala – a perfect choice for comfortable life and leisure! This house will touch anyone’s feelings!
An architectural monument of national importance. The distinctly classical-style building was built in 1928 according to the project of the famous architect Eizens Laube as a summer house for the public worker Janis Davis (1867–1959). Janis Davis (1867 – 1959) was known as a successful entrepreneur in the field of real estate during the period of the Free State of Latvia, as well as a publicist, pedagogue and leader of the anti-alcohol movement. Compiled several textbooks.
The ABC (book) he published was taken as a model by the authors of future ABCs. He was also a great patron, donated land for the construction of schools, and also bequeathed property to the University of Latvia. After the Second World War, Augusts Kirchenstein, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the LPSR, lived in the building.