Kodulahe Quarter is located along Stroomi Beach, Merimetsa and Paldiski Road. It is sufficiently far from the city centre bustle for you to enjoy the forces of nature, while also close enough to keep you in touch with the urban lifestyle. It is the only development in Tallinn where you can walk straight to the beach in your flip-flops.
The nearest bus stop (Humala) is only a few minutes’ walk from Kodulahe Quarter. There are altogether eight bus lines ensuring a comfortable transport link both into the city centre and outside the city. There is also a bike and pedestrian road leading from Kodulahe Quarter to Tabasalu and Nõmme.
The windows of Lahepea 9 overlook Merimetsa park with illuminated and maintained health tracks. It is very comfortable to go from Kodulahe to the park for jogging in summer, skiing in winter and walks with your family at any time.
There are 12 kindergartens and 9 schools within five kilometres of Kodulahe Quarter. An interesting fact is that Rocca al Mare school may be reached along the pedestrian road without crossing any intersections.
The buildings of Kodulahe Quarter are designed to make the most of the views of the sea, forest or coastal meadow. The landscape in the surroundings pleases the eye but also provides freedom of movement for various generations.