Slow and steady, one step at a time, house after another house, I complete my life's work – building the EGCC Golf Resort. The result is a unique interpretation of life which is possible only here. Gorgeous nature, golf courses, birds and animals, serenity and safety!
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Mait Schmidt 
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The house looks like a genuine Boathouse – long and the outside is covered with non-planed earth red planks. Everything else is coloured dark grey like the autumn sea and dark stormy skies. In this unique house, life happens on the first floor. Access to the first floor is via the outdoor staircase. But what happens on the ground floor? Well, this you must come and see for yourself. Boathouses are located in the Golf village closest to the sea. The architect of this house type is Emil Urbel. 



Captain's tower is a house from where you have a complete overview of what is going around you. View of the sea as well as the golf course. Here, you are the true master. The two golf courses that separate your house from the sea are so close that you feel as if they are part of your estate. With the golf club membership, you can play on these courses for as much and for as long as you like. Seaside Captain's towers are designed by architect Emil Urbel.



Captain’s villa is divided into different parts, which are joined together with wooden outdoor terraces, creating various courtyards. The terrace in front of the main entrance is an ideal place for a gathering and the terrace at the back is large enough to accommodate sauna enthusiasts, sunbathers as well as diners. The windows to the living room are so wide that the indoor and the outdoor blend into one. The architect of the building is Aare Saks.



The Ranch is our most popular house type – simple yet stylish. This house has a distinct character, which is represented by glued laminated timber framing, slate details and large glass walls. The outdoor terrace between glued laminated timber poles towers through both floors and offers a place to relax, enjoy the weather and a good book. The house is built with one thing in mind – to let the nature indoors and make sure the views around the house can be appreciated. The architect of this house is Andres Siim.



Visitor's villa is a 6 bedroom house to ensure that all of your guests can be comfortably accommodated. All of your friends and golf enthusiasts are invited to spend an eventful weekend or a sporty week. You can be certain that you will never run out of golf stories in this house. There is always someone awake who will want to talk about their exciting golfing experience over and over again. And of course, the Visitor's villas are located close to the golf club, only three steps and there you are, on the golf course again. The architect of the house is Aare Saks.



The plots for the cabins are covered with dense forest. As a result of this, the architecture of these houses has drawn inspiration from the surrounding environment. The building reminds you of a ribbon that is “swirling” out of the ground, forming the floors, walls and the ceiling for the house. The interior has two distinct spaces: the smaller one includes the garage, the storage room, the utility room, the sauna; the larger one includes bedrooms, the bathroom, the dressing room, the guest bathroom. The central area has the hallway, the kitchen-dining room and the living room. The architect of this building is Andres Ojari from 3+1 Architects.


Golf Ball

The freestyle architecture of the building has drawn a lot of inspiration from golf and the surrounding landscapes. The sphere-shaped building is depicted as compact and energy-efficient, however the interior provides all the functions of a regular private house.
The lower ground floor houses technical rooms, storage space and the sauna. The ground floor has three bedrooms with en suite dressing rooms and bathrooms. The architects of this building are Mihkel Tüüri and Ott Kadarik.


Villa Birdie

The space solution of this house joins the indoors with the outdoor room on the side of the house. The architecture, partitioned with terraces and shelters, skilfully involves the surrounding landscape to create cosy areas for people working both inside as well as outside of the house. The L-shaped configuration of the building creates a private courtyard, which is the central part of this architectural example. It could also be considered as the fifth room of the house. The architects of this house are Mihkel Tüüri and Ott Kadarik.


Villa Eagle

Villa Eagle paikneb krundil, mille kõrguste vahe põhjast lõunasse on ligikaudu 3.5 meetrit. Sellest tulenevalt on loodud olukord, kus hoone ei poolita krunti vaid laseb maastikult sujuvalt maja alt läbi liuelda ning esiaiast tagaaiaks muutuda. Sisenemise korrusel paiknevad abiruumid, panipaigad ja trepihall koos tualetiga. Kogu ülejäänud ruumiprogramm on paigutatud ühele korrusele, mis otstest terrassidena aiaga liitub. Maja arhitektid on Mihkel Tüüri & Ott Kadarik.



This vermicular example of abstract architecture has a wood batten fence, which joins the different areas into one. Its flowing shape makes it difficult to detect the true size of the house. The result is an actively used compartmentalised space. With its flowing shapes, the house enables comfortable movement indoors as well as outdoors. Large-scale use of materials like timber and glass blend perfectly with the surrounding nature and give the house an exclusive yet cosy exterior appearance. The design of this house is by "Arhitektid Muru & Pere OÜ".


Golf villages

EGCC Golf Resort is a unique living space in the middle of the Jõelähtme gold course. The history, nature, culture and traditions - characteristic to the Rebala Heritage Reserve, which the villages are a part of, are things only experienceable here. The distance from Tallinn city centre is only 23 km (see location). The golf villages have been designed by different architects; however, they all take into account the same principles and the traditions of Estonian coastal villages. Every village has their own story, style and character. We do not just offer houses; we provide a unique living environment, which is safe, comfortable and cozy.







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Kivikirve village

One of the architects at Kivikirve village is Andres Siim, who has designed the houses at the eastern end of the village street. The typical house is the Ranch, however, since all plots have their own character, the finished houses are all variations of the Ranch house, taking also into account the owner's wishes. To date only two houses have been built there. The architect for the buildings at the other end of the street has not been chosen yet.
Look at the ground plan

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Helme village

Helme village is the closest to the sea. Its name derives from the shape of the village, which resembles beads or a ring. All houses are built facing either north or south to guarantee the best views of the sea and the sunset. Helme village architect is Emil Urbel, who has designed one of the kind houses like the Boathouse and Captain's tower. Furthermore, there is a special unity in Helme village – there are two golf courses between your house and the sea. If requested, architect Emil Urbel will design a house, which will take into account your special needs, but also accommodates the concept and the character of the entire village.

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Odaotsa village

Odaotsa village will be designed like a "homely flowerbed" with visions of different architects that are tested on various types of houses. Thanks to an excellent landscaping solution, this is, nevertheless, possible. We are hoping, with the help of specialists, to create a unique village and retain its natural look. All ideas regarding this village are welcome.

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Tuleraua village

Tuleraua village is located in the primaeval mixed forest, which can be so thick at times that it is difficult to even see the golf courses. This is an ideal location for a home for someone who appreciates privacy and dreams of living in the woods. You know how to appreciate its special aura and draw its energy. Since natural flora and the environment is very important in Tuleraua village, extra care is taken to not disturb it more than is necessary when building the village houses. Architectural Design Office "3+1" has designed two house types for this location – Cabin – a single-storey house and Forest villa – a two-storey house.

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village I

Ristikangru village I is the largest golf village and is the one closest to the club building. This village with a unique spirit was founded already 5000 years ago and we have been granted the honour of restoring its historic character. Moss-covered stone fences and lonely ancient boulders definitely paint a picture of what it was like all these years ago. The buildings in the village have been designed by architects Aare Saks, Mihkel Tüür and Ott Kadarik. The type of houses in this village includes the Captain's villa, Visitor's villa, Villa Eagle and Villa Birdie. Construction of a tennis club with its buildings is also planned for this village.

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village II

Ristikangru village II is the area for the Ranch type houses by architect Andres Siim. It could be said that this is where the development started because the Ranch became the most popular house type. To date, already 16 houses have been built here and together they create an integral whole. What does the village street look like and how have the visions of architects of the golf course, houses and the landscape design blended together? In this village it is definitely also easier to envisage the visions of other villages. Please come for a visit!


1. Captain's Villa
Ristikangru tee 1, plot area 1379 m2, build area 203 m2, fully furnished.
Price (incl. VAT): 396 000 EUR

4. The rest of the houses have either fully completed project designs or there are preliminary designs for them.
For a price for the completion of the above, please ask for a price quote. The estimated construction time for these houses is from 9 months up until a year.


Infrastructure includes the following outdoor utility lines:

  • Elekter 25A (Eesti Energia)
  • 12 Mbit /s telegraph low voltage cable VMOHBU (Elion – digi TV, Internet, telephone)
  • Centralised drinking water and sewage systems (OÜ Loo Vesi)
  • Paved roads and outdoor lighting until the land lot border
  • General security solution (Pristis) (The territory is sealed off with a road barrier)
  • General waste management (Ragn Sells)


  • Plots are available in sizes 1000 to 2000 m2.
  • The average plot size is 1250 m2.

There are three ways to purchase a plot:

  • uy a plot on which you have the right to build a predetermined house (project and building permit approved) or the same architect will use it to design a so-called “individual project” taking into account the specificities of the plot and the needs of the buyer.
  • Buy a plot and a template house (so-called “black box”), which has unfinished interior. Choosing this option enables the buyer to change the interior design and build the entire interior solution to fit their needs.
  • Buy a plot and a fully finished house with the right to move in straight away.



  • Prices for normal plots start from 75 000 EUR/per lot (80 EUR /m2).
  • UUnique plots (Dream home, Doll’s house, Forest villa, Artist’s tower etc) 100 EUR/m2.
  • Mereäärsed kinnistud  125 eur/m2
  • easide plots 125 EUR/m2. Infrastructure 20 000 EUR / plot (includes all contract fees, the price does not include VAT of 20%)

Mait Schmidt

+ 372 50 48 133