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The sale of apartments under development in Keila city centre has started.

The apartment buildings to be built on Tuula tee, a street in central Keila, are characterised by
outstanding architecture, well-designed planning, energy-efficient solutions and premium-class
interior finishes.

Energy-efficient homes in an excellent location

Keila is a great choice for those who do not wish to live in the hustle and bustle of the capital, but
nonetheless want to be part of it, although in a more peaceful environment.

‘On the one hand, Keila is a small town, which means that all strategically important amenities, e.g.,
public transportation stops, schools/nurseries, grocery shops, etc., are close to the apartment
buildings that are being developed. On the other hand, Keila has the potential of a big city – from
good train and road connections to Tallinn, to the presence of the major supermarket chains and a
swim centre,’ says  Everaus Kinnisvara’s CEO Janar Muttik, describing Keila’s charms and varied
opportunities. Muttik adds that a multifunctional family centre and shopping centre with a cinema
and concert hall are planned for Keila in the coming years.

‘More and more home buyers value energy-efficient solutions and a natural environment, so we are
pleased to be able to say that Keila Home apartment buildings meet these criteria,’ Muttik states.
The apartment buildings are energy class A certified, equipped with solar panels and heat-recovery
ventilation, and are located in the heart of natural surroundings. Keila River and Jõepark, one of
Keila’s many green spaces, is a stone’s throw from the apartment buildings and there are various
recreational trails in the city centre.

Bright homes with personality

The apartments range from one to three bedrooms. Most apartments have an open plan, with
windows on at least two sides of the building. ‘The four apartment buildings of Keila Home are
positioned in a north-south orientation to maximise the amount of sunlight reaching the living areas,
and all balconies and terraces face the sun, adds architect Kaspar Stroom of Raadius Arhitektid, who
designed the buildings together with architect Hanna-Loore Õunpuu.

What makes Keila Home apartments unique is that no standard packages for interior finishes have
been specified by the developer. Instead, there are a wide range of premium-class options to choose
from and home buyers are free to select the most suitable ones and to combine them to create a
personalised home. Buyers can view the interior finishes in our  showroom. For inspiration, visit
the social media channels of Everaus Kinnisvara. Some illustrative and inspiring combinations can be
seen in the accompanying images.

We sold the first apartments to early buyers before the public sale had even started. This is a clear
sign that our clients value our concept and Keila as a place to live. That is truly a pleasure to see,’
claims Muttik.