The house is located in the heart of the village. Cadastral number - 80206:001:0255.The building is stone. In need of repair. Additional terms - closed yard, industrial power supply,separate entrance. Toila (Estonia, ect. Toila) – tourist village in the Republic of Estonia, situated on the southern shore of the Finnish Gulf of the Baltic sea. A popular seaside resort, famous for its resorts, providing including medical services. The main attraction of Toila is located in the valley of the river Pühajõe beautiful well-kept Park, the center of which was once a Palace, built by order of the merchant Grigory Eliseev, a native of St. Petersburg, famous Russian Rusetsky breeders breeds, honorary Consul General of Denmark in the capital of the Russian Empire, in the period from 1897 to 1901. The Toila is known for its residents, for example, until 1935 there lived the Russian poet Igor Severyanin, and from 1934 to 1940 the President of Estonia Konstantin päts used the Oru Palace as a summer residence.