Welcome to our apartment! My sons and I love our home
which is furnished with Danish design classics such as Arne Jacobsen chairs, Poul Henningsen (PH) lamps, ceramic lamps from Danish craftsmen, vases and pottery from local potters (from the little Danish Island Bornholm), plates etc from Royal Copenhagen and art from, among other, Danish artists.
You will enter a Nordic home with Nordic style, where new and old things mix for personal expression - but also newer and foreign designers, including Tom Dixon and Charles and Ray Eames, can be found in our decor. You should expect a personal home, with personal style and lots of books!
Our apartment is 95 square meters divided into :
A large living room with direct access to our private roof terrace. The living room consists of a dining table and chairs, a TV, bookcase and a large couch from the Danish architect LLLP (instead of a regular bed). Two windows face Vendersgade.
A nice, newly renovated, kitchen with dish washer and washing machine.
Three individual bedrooms:
Room 1: Is my youngest son's (10y old) bedroom.
Includes a nice sofa bed that can be folded out into a double bed (1.30 m. wide). Window faces Israels Plads.
Room 2: Bedroom with a double bed (1.40 m wide) - Please note there's no window in this room - but it's very nice anyway (actually we are all fighting to get that room because of it's cosiness). I have reduced the price for the apartment because of the missing window.
Room 3: Is my oldest son's (13y old) bedroom.
Includes a nice sofa bed that can be folded out into a double bed (1.30 m. wide). Window faces the courtyard.
A private roof terrace around 6 square meters.
Please let me know if you need further information.
Access to private roof terrace. Furthermore you can park your rented bikes safely in our courtyard or basement.
Tivoli, King's Garden (a beautiful old garden), Botanical Garden, H.C. Ørstedsparken, Torvehallerne (food marked), The lakes, Strøget, Nyhavn - Everything within walking distance. Although the apartment is in the center of the city there is not much noise here - even at night.
Nansensgade (2 minutes walking distance) it a french inspired area with small coffeeshops, art dealers and wine- and tapasbars.
Pisserenden (5 minutes away) ia an gay friendly, artistic and modern area of the city with second hand shops, bars and beautiful old houses in different colours.
You can walk to everything - or you can rent a bike or go by train or metro (From Nørreport Station). From here you can eg. take the train up North Sealand (Train every 20th minute) and visit the Art Museum Louisiana - or you can go by metro to Amager (beach, water sports etc. - and Kastrup Airport). The metro runs every 2nd-5th minute day and night.