This ornate brick building was erected in 1899, and its architect was Rudolf Heinrich von Zirkwitz. It was one of the first buildings to be designed in the eclectic and decorative style of Art Nouveau, and since the end of the Socialist period, it has been ornately illuminated. After the restoration of Latvia’s independence, the building’s owners partnered with the City of Rīga’s Monument Protection Inspectorate to fully reconstruct and restore the building in just three years’ time. The little tower, which had burned down in the past, was restored along with the ornate sculptures in the vestibule and stairwell. You have a great opportunity to rent an elegant six-room apartment without furniture in this aristocratic building, in the Quiet centre of Rīga, in Vīlandes Street. A spacious apartment with a total area of 214 m2 is located on the 3rd floor of the building. The apartment has a conveniet layout - a large living room, three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two exits. The apartment also has restored pot-bellied stoves, ornate ceilings and parquet floors. A truly unique offer - an elegant apartment in aristocratic building in the Quiet centre of Rīga!