Freedom of nature

Kodulahe quarter is an area surrounded by the forest and the sea in the Merimetsa district, right next to Stroomi beach. Our environment inspires people to be on the move: walking on the beach, jogging in the forest, having a picnic in the park or riding a bike on light traffic roads. The housing estate's most seaside residences can be found in Rannakalda.


The Kodulahe quarter is bordered by Stroomi Beach, Merimetsa, and Paldiski Highway. It is far enough from the buzz of the city centre so that you can enjoy the beauty of nature, yet close enough to be connected to the city centre lifestyle. Kodulahe is the only new development in Tallinn from where you can walk in flip-flops directly to the beach.


Why Kodulahe?

At Rannakalda, we’re offering what home-buyers today value most: quality and security in a living environment where everything’s close at hand. We construct buildings that will last from generation to generation and whose residents will trust and enjoy living in them for years to come.

Kodulahe completed houses:

Pagi 3, 5
Soodi 4
Lahepea 9
Lahepea 7

Homes with spacious layout

The apartments with spacious layout are furnished with quality natural materials, bringing the surrounding nature into the home. Many of the apartments come with their own balcony or terrace, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the natural scenes right outside your window.

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    The developer is Arco Vara AS

    In shaping this new residential space we’re looking to clearly stand out from other developers: we create homes we’d love to live in ourselves. Our idea is simple: anything new has to be better, longer-lasting and more beautiful than what came before. Arco Vara’s vision is to offer people experiences beyond expectations in the field of real estate and assist them in getting the home of their dreams. A home is not merely a possession but a place to realise oneself, to love your close ones, and to create new experiences. We would like the development of Kodulahe to unite people that bear the same values and create a new community with us as the link between them.

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