Kukola, 20900 TurkuShow on map
- Terraced houseCompletion 1998
- 1 bedroom + k10 pcs55,5 m²2 bedrooms + k18 pcs77,5—78,5 m²3 bedrooms + k10 pcs94—95 m²4 bedrooms + k3 pcs105,5—106,5 m²
Kukolantie 3-5, Rihvelikuja 5
Hirvensalon Kukolassa sijaitseva rivitalo. Asuintalon piha-alue on siisti ja viihtyisä. Lapsille on useita leikkipaikkoja. Kaksiot ovat yksitasoisia ja isommissa asunnoissa asuinkerroksia on kaksi. Ylemmässä kerroksessa on parveke. Asukkaalla on mahdollisuus varata autopaikka yhteisestä pihasta. Asukkaiden käytössä on ulkovaraston lisäksi lämmin maksuton pesutupa, kuivaushuone ja kerhotila.
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- Building typeTerraced house
- Energy ratingB2007
- Antenna systemCable TV (DVB-C): DNA
- BroadbandDNA 50 Mbit/s
- Parking spaces
- Shared facilities of the houseShared laundry room, shared drying room
- 5 grocery stores200 m - 2,2 km
- 5 schools420 m - 3,4 km
- 5 daycare centers280 m - 1,3 km
- 5 restaurants210 m - 2,4 km
- 4 health services210 m - 1,2 km
- 5 culture services420 m - 3,2 km
- 5 sports services530 m - 3,4 km
Information is based on data provided by Profinder. Distances to services are measured on the map using straight line distances.
Turku is a comfortable and family-friendly city. History is ever present in Turku, a city that was founded in the 13th century. Turku is the oldest city in Finland, and as the former capital, it is inarguably one of the most important places in Finland.
The most famous attractions in Turku are Turku Castle and the river Aura. Every spring, the boulevards by the river come alive and turn into a cosy meeting place for locals. The cafes, restaurants and old sailing ships by the river give the place a unique atmosphere that attracts residents and tourists alike. Handy water buses operate on the river.
A university city with a rich culture life
Turku is a university city with a lively student population. Every year, thousands of new students begin their studies at the University of Turku and other educational institutions. Culture has a strong foothold in the city, and many culture lovers are familiar with institutions such as Samppalinna Summer Theatre and the Turku Philharmonic Orchestra.
Good transport connections
Fast motorways link Turku with Helsinki and other cities to the east. There are also comprehensive train and bus connections to all parts of Finland. Turku also has a harbour with ships that sail to Sweden, and Turku Airport also operates flights to destinations further away.
Although the population of Turku is quite large, the city is nice and compact. Walking and cycling are the best ways to get around the city centre, and public transport is efficient across the city.
Rental apartment in Turku
In Turku, you can live by the Aura River, by the sea, in the bustling city centre or in quieter areas outside the city centre. Turku’s extensive selection of rental apartments has something for everyone – for single people, couples and families alike. There are comfortable Lumo apartments across the city. They include older buildings full of history as well as newer buildings.
Your home in central Turku
The centre of Turku occupies both banks of the river Aura. There are many Lumo rental apartments in the compact but well-equipped centre. You would be living near the city’s best restaurants, cafés, shops, museums, theatres and sports venues. The area around the river and the city’s parks are great places for exercise all year round.
Comfortable rental apartments in Hirvensalo
Hirvensalo is an island to the south of Turku, about five kilometres from the city centre. Hirvensalo is known for its good services, schools, hobby opportunities and outdoor life. Nature is always near in Hirvensalo. Hirvensalo is easy to reach from the centre by bus, bicycle and car.
Runosmäki is a peaceful and traditional area of Turku. It is a large district in northern Turku with extensive local services. Living in Runosmäki means living close to schools, day-care centres, a retirement home, library, sports venues and shops. The Pirunpelto nature reserve and its trails are popular among the residents.
Vähäheikkilä is located to the south of the city centre. The residential area is near the city centre but it’s close to good running trails. The distance between Turku centre and the Lumo rental apartments in Vähäheikkilä is only a few kilometres. There are a lot of single family homes in the area, along with services and the local school.
The growing and developing district of Martti
East of the Aura River, Martti is an active and rapidly growing residential area with a wide range of housing options, from traditional wooden houses to new apartment buildings as well as lofts built in former industrial buildings. The area has diverse and comprehensive services and the centre of Turku is only a couple of kilometres away. Nearby, the river offers attractive walking trails and opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
Live by the sea in Majakkaranta
Majakkaranta is a residential area by the sea in southern Turku. The Lumo rental apartments in Majakkaranta are located by the sea, near local services and trails. The centre of Turku is about three kilometres away. You can walk or ride a bicycle by the sea and the area around the river. There is also a beach and an ice cream kiosk that opens during the summer season.
Comfortable and popular Ilpoinen
The residential area of Ilpoinen is located about five kilometres south-east from the city centre. The neighbourhood has good local services that are close to the residents. Although the most dominant housing type is apartment buildings, the nearby forest makes the district feel nice and green and serves as a place for outdoor recreation.
Vasaramäki is a pleasant area located about 2.5 kilometres south-east from the centre. There are a few apartment buildings in Vasaramäki with Lumo rental apartments. Most of the houses are detached houses or terraced houses.
Vasaramäki is right next to the well-known Kupittaa park. In the park, you’ll find an outdoor swimming pool, large playground for children, football fields, indoor skating rink, outdoor skating track and excellent opportunities for enjoying the outdoors. The city’s largest supermarket is nearby, as is the Skanssi shopping centre, universities, schools and Kupittaa train station.
Varissuo is a suburb for active people
Varissuo is one of the youngest suburbs of Turku. Located on the east side of the city, it is the best-equipped suburb in Turku. The are plenty of services in Itäkeskus and the city centre is only about six kilometres away.
The services in the area include grocery stores, a library, a health centre, a social services office, a church, a youth centre, a kiosk and a post office. The sports facilities include a running trail, football fields, tennis courts and an indoor skating rink. There is a comprehensive school and an upper secondary school in Varissuo.
Härkämäki has Lumo rental apartments that are located near the local services. Turku city centre is within four kilometres from the area. The numerous outdoor trails in the area are easily accessible and they follow the picturesque Raisionjoki River. The comprehensive services of Länsikeskus and Mylly are within easy cycling distance.
The sunny neighbour Naantali
Naantali is a town of just under 20,000 people, located by the sea, 16 kilometres from Turku. Right on the coast, Naantali is a beautiful town that combines the best aspects of an old town rich in history and modern urban living. The rapidly developing town centre offers diverse and comprehensive services. Naantali is a fascinating and safe town with its own unique character. The beautiful environment offers excellent opportunities for recreation and enjoying the outdoors.
Naantali is a popular summer destination and even the summer residence of the President of Finland is located there. Tourists and families with children are drawn to Moominworld, which is one of Naantali’s most popular attractions. Naantali is known for being one of the oldest towns in Finland and for its sunny weather in the summer.
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