Maestro buys €1.2m coal house so he can play piano at 1a.m.
January 31, 2016 by norman lebrecht
The Wall Street Journal covers real estate in … Helsinki.
From the article: … an upscale apartment building in Helsinki, Finland, was likely used in the past to shelter horses and store coal.
But Finnish conductor Hannu Lintu and his partner, business-school professor Pekka Mattila, saw the spot as a luxury refuge. They paid €1.2 million, or about $1.3 million, for the space…
Read the full article here.
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