Such 2-and-3-storeyed blocks seem to be attempt to build something less single-rectangle-like and hence should probably have cosier feel.
This architecture I have seen in Tartu and also Tallinn (Vanemuise street).
Very nice. There is a similar one, and almost a single example, in Põlva.
Seems to be more typical in Southern Estonia than I thought, they are in many places, and also in Northern part I think.
There is a similar block from early 1990's in Veriora and other places.
Camera started getting blurry from rain.
Mushrooms, like in Elva, but smaller.
This one looks like a recently built new house for kindergarten.
Entrance from Põlva-Tartu road side.
This should be a little further south in Leevijõe.