Life in the greenest city district of Tallinn provides you with everything you need conveniently close by
Nõmme district is held in high regard as a living and business environment, known for its lush greenery, nearby woodland, sustainable thinking, tight-knit community and quiet streets. There’s no city noise here, but there are plenty of exciting things to do to keep you busy, from cultural events to culinary delights as well as a range of recreational sports opportunities. As a resident of Nõmme, you can also take part in popular traditional events for locals. This is where you want to live.
The nearest shops, cafés and restaurants, as well as schools, kindergartens and health services, are just a 10-minute drive from home. Thanks to its good location, you have several major roads at your disposal to get to your destination, and fast train service to the city centre with the nearest stop just a short walk away.
|Kivimäe Basic School
|Tallinn Paaskyla School
|Tallinn Music High School
|Tallinn Nõmme Upper Secondary School
|Möldre building of Laagri School
Nõmme Tennis Centre
The historic Nõmme Tennis Centre is open for tennis matches all year round. Tennis fans can use nine outdoor courts (six clay courts and one artificial grass court in standard size and two artificial grass tennis training courts). The tennis centre also includes a sauna and a conference room.
Nõmme Sports Centre
With a wide range of exercise and recreational facilities, there is always something to do in the sports complex regardless of weather. In winter, you can train on illuminated and maintained ski trails. In summer, the same trails are available for cycling, running, walking and other recreational activities. The centre features two outdoor pools, ballcourts and picnic areas.
Nõmme Market at the heart of Nõmme boasts a long and awe-inspiring history. It’s always ready to welcome visitors with its wide selection of goods and abundant seasonal produce. The colourful market stalls and boutiques offer fruits and vegetables from local farmers as well as meat, fish, honey, pastries and other fresh produce and everyday market goods.
Harku forest nature trail
The 8 km circular nature trail runs along forest paths and trails and is ideal for short jogs, long walks or just enjoying the beauty of nature. The trail will take you through Harku dunes, different forest and bog types as well as Harku Manor and its beautiful manor park.