Townhouse in village north of Copenhagen

Townhouse in village north of Copenhagen




Oct 2008

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Old townhouse in charming village between Copenhagen and Elsinore. The house is recently renovated, with a large modern kitchen and a large living room on the main floor. From the kitchen is direct access to a wooden terrace with a barbecue in a small walled garden. There is also a larger terrace facing south, with deck chairs. The top floor includes master bedroom with adjacent dressing room, bathroom and two more bedrooms.
The basement include two sunny rooms, toilet and washing rooms.


More about us

  1. We live with our two teenage daughters, while two older children are now at college. We both have management jobs and a busy day, but we also enjoy good food, nature, biking and to travel. We prefer English but understand some French and German language.

    We try to take good care of our house and will olso take good care of your house.

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Where is it?


The house is situated in village north of Copenhagen, in a small and quiet street, close to both shops, a beautiful park and a lake. Decent public transport to Elsinore and Copenhagen. Less than 20 min by car to best beaches, 10 min to nearest beach. Copenhagen center is 35 min by car. Ideally situated whether you want to go to the North Coast beaches, enjoy the forests and countryside of North Zealand, see the sights (i.e. Castle of Elsinore, Frederiksborg Castle, famous Lousiana Modern Arts Museum or the royal summer palace of Fredensborg) or you want a trip to Copenhagen.

[Please note, that on the map to the right the small red house that marks the location is on the wrong side of the water that divides Denmark and Sweden. Sweden is close, but not that close!]

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