Awarded luxury home prime location in Oslo

Awarded luxury home prime location in Oslo

Karl

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
3 Bathrooms

About our home

This classic home from 1904 was completely modernised in 2006. The interior is contemporary classic and was published by Andrew Martin yearbook. The home is about 450 m2 in addition to a 150m2 underground garage. The master bedroom has air condition. Situated in quiet Bygdøy you have minutes of walk to several museums and short distance to city centre. The house have a wonderful garden with pool and lounge area and an outside dining area with barbecue. You also have walking distance to several beaches and restaurants in Bygdøy.

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More about us

  1. We are a married couple with 3 kids wherof two young teenagers and a younger sister

  2. Karl is a private investor and Kirsti is an entrepreneur within real estate.

  3. Our home reflect our passion for design and architecture

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Bygdøy is a small peninsula within Oslo City that houses The Norwegian Royal Farm (the home of the Royal from May to September) and a large public recreational area with forest and beaches. Less than 50% of the area is residential. Bygdøy also houses a lot of different museums (Holocaust Museum, The Norwegian Folk Museum, Vikingship Museum, Fram Museum, Kontiki Museum, The Norwegian Maritime Museum). Everything in Bygdøy is within walking distance. Yet it is only 10 minutes by bus to the city centre with shopping and restaurants. Just down the street from our house, there is also the museum ferry that takes you to the pier by City Hall in 20 minutes (every 20 minutes during summer season). Or use a bike (15 minutes to City Hall). Living in Bygdøy is like living in the countryside/near the beach, At the same time you are actually living in the middle of the city!

Buzzy restaurants
All around Tjuvholmen, nice days try Lille Herbern in Bygdøy (seaside) or Solsiden below the fortress.
Cool bars
All around the city; Aker Brygge, Tjuvholmen, Grunerlokka
Cozy cafés
Try Karenslyst alle just out of Bygdøy, there are severals
Retail therapy
Aker Brygge, Hegdehaugsveien, Karl Johan
Bit of culture
All the museums in Bygdøy, Munch Museum in Toyen
Walks in the park
Around Bygdøy or Frognerparken
Spot of exercise
All around Bygdøy (also has tenniscourts, soccerfield)
Day tripping
Try different sea excursions from the pier in front of City Hall.

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