TALLINN SALES REPRESENTATION
(+372) 5805 1107
TARTU SALES REPRESENTATION
(+372) 5373 3475
(+372) 5551 2345
Terms of sale
When booking an apartment, a booking agreement is entered into with the buyer and the buyer shall pay a EUR 500 deposit to confirm the transaction.
Contract under the Law of Obligations:
A notarized sales contract under the Law of Obligations is entered into with the Buyer. This contract specifies all of the details of the purchase. The pre-condition for entering into this contract is that the Buyer has paid 10% of the purchase price.
Contract under the Property Law:
Once the apartment building is ready to be handed over, a notarized contract under Property Law is entered into. The buyer will pay the balance of the purchase price, and the right of ownership is transferred.
Included in the sales price:
• Interior design according to the selected package.. In case of lofts, the staircase inside the apartment will also be fully built.
• Setting up and joining the utility networks (water, electricity, plumbing).
• Readiness of data communication, cable TV, telephone services and smart lock.
Sales price does not include:
• Notary fees and state duties related to entering into a sales
• Parking space for car nor bicycle
• Storage unit
• Interior design package Luxury
• Smart lock on the apartment door
Home loan is offered by LHV Bank
The loan managers of LHV have read up on DUO Lofts project and are happy to assist in questions related to financing this development. More information on home loan is available at http://lhv.ee/en/home-loan
Home loan is offered by Coop Bank
Read trhough the conditions before entering a contract and if necessary, consult with financial advisors. More information on home loan is available at https://www.copppank.ee/registreeru-noustamisele
Swedbank helps you buy a home
To receive an offer use code DOMUS and get prority service. Financial services are offered by Swedbank AS. Read the conditions and ask for advice. More information on homepage www.swedbank.ee or via phone 613 1324.
The building has been constructed on a pile foundation. The walls of the old part of the building (facing Toomemägi) have been laid of bricks. The new part of the building (facing River Emajõgi) has been built with a reinforced concrete frame structure, and its exterior walls are covered by autoclaved aerated concrete wall panels. The exterior finish of the building will remain original – roughcast on the old part and a thin-wall plaster system on the new part. The walls of the new part will undergo further insulation with 150 mm rock wool.
Floors are made of hollow-core reinforced concrete slabs, monolithic slabs; filigran slabs have also been used. The new part of the building has a flat roof with SBS roofing, the roof of the old part of the building has been restored as the original galvanized rolled sheet metal pitched roof.
Both buildings will be fully reconstructed and only structural frames and roofing structures will be kept among existing structures. In the old part of the building, original details (old doors, handrails, floor tiles in part) of the common areas (stairwells, corridors) will also be preserved pursuant to special heritage conservation conditions.
The internal walls of the new part of the building will mainly be constructed of drywall on a metal and timber framing. Two filled hollow-block walls will be added to the building as elements providing rigidity. The internal walls of the old part of the building will mostly be constructed of drywall on a metal or timber framing, similarly to the new part; some load-bearing stone walls in the corridors will be retained.
Windows in the new part of the building will be fully replaced – the new windows will be tall, triple-glazed timber windows. Windows in the old part of the building will be replaced with new timber windows, the original partition will be retained. In the old part, windows will be double-framed; the outer frame will have single-glazed windows and the inner frame will have double-glazed windows.
A public roof terrace for all the occupants of the building will be built on the fourth floor, facing the Old Town (South).
In apartments designed to have two levels, there is a mezzanine supported by a wooden structure that is accessible via the staircase inside the apartment. The cost of the staircase is also included in the sales price.
The height of the mezzanine in the lofts is at least 1.6 metres. In the majority of the building, the height is 1.8 metres and at times, the mezzanine height reaches a whole 2.4 metres. A 1.4 metre high storage space/sleeping platform is designed to be included in a limited number of apartments on the third floor.
The walls and floors of bathrooms will be tiled. The drywall suspended ceiling will be finished in a moisture-resistant light paint tone and equipped with recessed LED spot lights.
Pursuant to the chosen interior finish package, natural single-plank oak flooring or wood imitation LVT (Luxury Vinyl Tiles) shall be installed inside the rooms. LVT is a floor covering with high wear and moisture resistance that is installed using the click-method. A package including fishtail parquet flooring can be purchased separately.
The interior walls of apartments will be finished and painted in light tones.
Plastered and painted concrete panel ceilings are prevalent in the rooms. Painted drywall suspended ceilings are common in bathrooms.
The front doors of the apartments will be smooth wooden doors. The doors inside the apartments are designed to be either wooden or MDF doors, finished pursuant to the interior design package.
The faucets have been chosen from the Hansgrohe EcoSmart collection. When approximately 13 litres of water flows out of a regular faucet in one minute, then the water consumption of EcoSmart faucets is approximately 5 litres per minute. Nature saving is achieved by adding air to the water and using a special flow limiter. Faucets follow the interior finishing package with the “Luxury” package.
Heating for the building has been resolved on a district heating basis and the heat-exchanger is located in the heating substation. Underfloor heating is used to convey heat to apartments. Sanitary rooms are equipped with electric underfloor convenience heating. In common areas, heating is partially also resolved using radiator heating.
The building has mechanical forced ventilation with heat recovery; the ventilation chamber is located on the roof of the new building. Exhaust from the apartments takes place via shower rooms. Fresh air is guaranteed in the apartments via supply valves located on the ceiling or walls. The kitchens of the apartments possess installation-readiness for kitchen hoods, with exhaust into separate exhaust air ventilation ducts.
The apartment electrical distribution boards have two sections, a high-current and a low-current section. In the high-current section, grouped circuit breakers will be installed in the distribution board; in the low-current section, the board will be equipped with an outlet and space will be left for active data communication devices (Wi-Fi router, etc.). Collection of electricity and water meter readings is resolved with remotely read devices.
The rooms are equipped with a sufficient number of outlets to fulfil modern needs; in addition, placement of kitchen and bathroom furniture together with the location of outlets has also been well-considered.
Optical data cables will be installed in every apartment of the building for fast data transmission, via which, the owners will be able to subscribe to digital TV and other data communication services. A data communication room is situated on the first floor of the building, which will be connected to the cable line of the operator providing the service.
Apartments will include door phones for opening exterior doors, and doors to common areas will be equipped with an electronic access system (chip and code panel). Apartment doors will be provided with smart lock readiness, in the case the owner decides to change the apartment into an easily managed and modern rental object.