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Traditional Danish bricklayer's villa from 1927.
Traditional Danish bricklayer's villa from 1927.
  • Traditional Danish bricklayer's villa from 1927.
  • Dining room
  • Traditional Villa - rooftop terrace & bikes
  • Traditional Villa - rooftop terrace & bikes
  • One of the house's two living rooms.
  • Traditional Villa - rooftop terrace & bikes
  • The biggest of the two living rooms. Two double doors lead to the garden (from this angle you only see one door)
  • Extremely comfy sofa. You might not get up again ...
  • Kitchen - fully eqqiped. It even has a milk foam maker for your lattes' in the morning!
  • Kitchen/dining room. Please feel free to water our plant, we always seem to forget it.
  • Bedroom nr. three. Nice view, spacious room and massive double sofabed.
  • Porch.
  • Entrence.
  • Staircase. Everything is original from 1927 (except of course the extremely bright green pair of Nike's on the bottom of the stairs).
  • First floor has two bedrooms, and acces to the heart of the house - the roof top terrace.
  • Bed room nr. one. We call it number one, because it is the biggest of all of them - and because it has the acces to the roof top!
  • Upstairs bathroom.
  • Bath.
  • Small balcony. Accessed from room nr. two.
  • Room nr. two. We usually call it the (big) walk in closet. If you are staying six people or more in the house, we will provide a double bed for the room. This room also have direct acces to the bathroom.
  • The second bed room.
  • Front entrance.
  • Traditional Villa - rooftop terrace & bikes
  • Roof top - do I need to say anything else? Keep your fingers crossed for sunshine!
  • Traditional Villa - rooftop terrace & bikes
  • Note from guest :)
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Traditional Danish bricklayer's villa from 1927.