Cosy family home in Oslo

Cosy family home in Oslo

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

A peaceful home, 10 minutes from Oslo center. Small garden with the possibility of a barbeque. Two children's rooms and one adult room, plus a loft with the possibility of another four sleepers. The standard is normal for a Norwegian home, kitchen with fridge, cooker and dishwasher, and possibility for meals. Bathroom with washer and tumble dryer. Bathtub. Living room with a comfortable sofa and TV and a dining area and fire place. Loft room with two sofas and TV. All necessities present, but rather more normal than luxurious.
The previous owners made this when they sold us the house:


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More about us

  1. We are a family of four. Us adults are working in sciences at the University of Oslo, and in the Norwegian Environment Agency.

  2. The daughters are 12 and soon 9 years old.

  3. In our spare time we enjoy outdoor activities and music; both girls play the violin, Katja plays the guitar and Vanja sings in a choir.

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Where is it?


Hauketo is a rather quiet area of Oslo. We have a local grocery store and a pizza place, but that's about it. It is mainly a residential area.
But we have a train station, and from there the city centre of Oslo is just a quick 10 minutes away.
There are also buses to take you to the city centre, and they go at least once every 10 minutes. In summer there are also buses to the beach.
Visit Oslo's website:

Bit of culture
Oslo Opera: , Munch museum:
Walks in the park
Close by the house, a ten minute walk away, we have a nice forest, perfect for a run (or skiing in winter). In this forest there is also a path dating from before the viking ages, and there are bronze age graves along the path. As I said, the beaches are not far away, and there are several to choose from - just ask, and we'll tell you how to get there. Just remember that this is Norway, and our water temperatures are Norwegian.

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