Brīvdabas nams is waiting for you in the picturesque forest, a short walk from the Ethnographic Open-Air Museum and Lake Jugla.
Spacious and comfortable apartments with 2 - 5 rooms, tastefully located balconies with the view of the territory of the Open Air Museum, large windows embrasures and light interior at the distance of 200 meters from Jugla lake will create peaceful place for living
Three-storey building with mansard construction has 24 light and spacious apartments; 11 of them are available for buyers. Each apartment is supplemented with a balcony from which it is possible to view peaceful atmosphere in the surrounding pine forest. The territory of the building is landscaped with a well-maintained lawn and practically located paths which will make daily walks comfortable. The safety of the residents is ensured by lockable entrance door and intercom in each apartment.
Residential Building Brīvdabas House is created for people who appreciate peace and quiet atmosphere offered by the nature. The building is located at 10 minutes distance from the centre.
Riga is a business and cultural center of the Baltic States. Its favorable geographic location, membership in the European Union, and stable economy attract more and more foreign investors every year, mostly from the CIS countries.
Riga offers nice mortgage rates, transparent legislation, providing for issuance of all documents additionally in Russian, and a simple system for obtaining a residence permit (all you need is an investment of 250,000 EUR and up).
Riga’s real estate market boasts stable demand and price increase. In addition, facility profitability can reach 6 to 8 percent annually, which is comparable to that in Germany. Research by Balsts company has shown that an average apartment price in the Latvian capital has increased by 1.72 percent since early 2015. The demand for accommodation rent is also growing. Popular colleges, like Rīga Stradiņš University and University of Latvia, enroll more and more students, who need places to live. The country in general and its capital in particular are inexpensive and safe places for both investing and living.