Family home with garden in central Trondheim

Family home with garden in central Trondheim

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Jardar

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 9
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Please note: Swap for points only for the rest of 2017. We have finished making our traveling plans for 2017.

Our home is a wooden house from 1968 but completely renovated. The main floor has an open floor with living room, dining area and a modern kitchen. There is also a bathroom with a shower, and a combined PC/TV/gaming-room with a sleeping couch for two people. The lower ground floor has four bedrooms. One with a single bed, one with a double bed and two with single beds that easily converts to double beds. There is also a bathroom with a shower and a laundry room with dryer.

Outside there is a private garden and a large deck with a couple of sofas, various chairs/sunbeds and a grill. The deck is on the south side of the house and catches the sun from morning till late evening.

100/100Mbps Internet via fiber. Can make available a computer for loan if requested.

The house is in a quiet residential area in a part of Trondheim called Strindheim, and close to stores, restaurants, a mall and public transportation. It's only a 20 minutes walk to the water/beach or 40-50 minutes to stroll all the way to the city center. Trondheim strives to be a bike-friendly city so that is often also an good option.

Trondheim is a historic town founded in 997AD and the capitol of the Viking culture and trading port. It is still the site of many historic landmarks, buildings and museums. Most famous is perhaps the gothic Nidarosdomen cathedral. Today it is also a modern city in the forefront of technical, medical and marine innovation and the home of Norway’s largest university and branch offices of many internationally well know technical companies.


Trondheim and its surrounding areas offer a wide variety of outdoor activities on land or water. It is ideal for those who like hiking, being everything from easy family strolls or challenging climbs to mountaintops.


The city also is the natural transit point between the north and south of Norway. This makes it a perfect as a base for extended exploration to visit the many other scenic and historic sites Norway has to offer. Take the famous costal cruise to the Arctic Circle and the “Land of the Midnight Sun”, visit the fjords of Geiranger or the majestic mountains of Jotunheimen National Park (“The home of Trolls”).

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More about us

  1. We are a family of five, two girls (18, 13) and a boy (10)

  2. Jardar is a network and systems architect and Linn-Merethe is a kindergarten teacher

  3. We love to travel and explore new places

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
http://www.skydsstation.no/en
Cozy cafés
http://dromedar.no/
Bit of culture
http://www.nidarosdomen.no/en/#
Walks in the park
http://en.trondelag.com/activities/#sub/280000130/loc/3/p/1/
Day tripping
https://www.visitnorway.com/places-to-go/trondelag/trondheim/?lang=primary

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