Stunning view of Oslo city 3 minutes from the shore and 30 minutes from Oslo city.

Stunning view of Oslo city 3 minutes from the shore and 30 minutes from Oslo city.

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house is a chained detached house located in a common area with 12 other units divided into 4x3 houses. The house is about 168 square meters spread over 3 floors. There are 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. On the ground floor there are two bedrooms, a bathroom and a walk in closet. On the second floor there is a living room, kitchen, bathroom with shower and a bedroom. In the attic there are two bedrooms. The house has 3 different patios, two of which have a stunning view of Oslo and the Bunnefjord. Three minutes from the house is a lovely family beach. 15 minutes walk in the quite lovely surroundings, there is ferry leaving every 30 minutes to the city of Oslo.

There are two computers with internet access, one in the living room and one in the + loft. There is a TV in the living room and a projector connected to the PC with big screen. There is also a music system in the living room.

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  1. We are a family with three kids. I am Lars, Retiree this year, previously math-teather. My whife Inger works as a teacher at the local secondary school. Our oldest son Nikolai is a police officer. His younger brother Linus is studying art and our daughter Ylva goer to collage.

  2. We love tours in the mountains and traveling. We love beaches and cities and are curious about foreign cultures

  3. Hobbies worth mentioning are carpentry and reading.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Nesodden municipality is located on a peninsula with the Oslofjord on the west side and Bunnefjorden in the east. From the balcony of our house there is a stunning view from Nordstrand in the east to Holmenkollen in the west. Nesodden is one of the most environmentally friendly municipality in Norway, because all you need is within walking distance. If you want av peaceful day at the see, you are three minutes walk from the beach and if you want to discover Oslo, the ferry will bring you to Aker brygge in the hart of the city within half an hour. You don´t have to choose between the city and the countryside, you have both. You can use our bicycles and discover the beaches and woods of Nesodden or you can walk to the ferry and experience the cultural, culinary and historical attractions in Oslo. Here we´ll give you some ideas.

Buzzy restaurants
Torggata Botaniske, “ cocktail which was delicious, and we also loved the decor and ambiance of the place - very trendy. Would recommend, but definitely on the pricier side. Gunnars Generasjonsbar This is a great brunch place in Oslo with reasonable prices! One of few. I really liked their take on avocado toast, especially the addition of pomegranates. Sentralen, For the vegetarian it is a bit tricky-you will have to forgo sauces as they have eggs in them but you may have a delicious avocado.
Cool bars
Fuglen is a bar which uses nostalgic decorations to create a vintage vibe for all their guests. Fuglen, which literally means ‘the bird’ in English, is more than just a bar, it is also a fantastic venue for premium coffee and creative cocktails. 34 Sky Bar is probably one of the best places to view the Norwegian capital. The bar is situated on the top of Radisson Plaza Blu Hotel, and the large windows allow you to look at the city and Oslo Fjord from a whole new angle. Internasjonalen was opened in 2003 and has become one of the best spots for drinking in town. The bar uses Eastern European functionalist style as the main theme of decoration, which pays tribute to the long tradition of working class culture.
Cozy cafés
The Kasbah is a Mediterranean-influenced venue, which hosts quiz nights and open talks. They serve a delicious homemade hummus, which is a blend of chicken peas and tahini. Being Norway’s first Dutch cafe, Cafe Amsterdam offers you an authentic Dutch feeling to their guests. Cafe Amsterdam is a cozy and relaxing coffeehouse in the morning, and a vibrant and energetic pub at night. Stockfleths is a coffee shop with multiple branches across Oslo. Stockfleths Lille Grensen is one of the oldest coffee houses in Oslo, and was established back in 1895. Their baristas have won international awards, so delicious beverages are guaranteed.
Retail therapy
The Paleet in Oslo is an elegant shopping destination where all the items are carefully selected for their buyers. The Bogstadveien is a famous shopping street in Oslo where you will find about 300 shops selling a range of different products besides restaurants and entertainment destinations.
Bit of culture
The famous Norwegian painter Edvard Munch had close ties to several places in the Oslo region. To get a sense of the artist’s life, visit his birthplace Løten, walk the streets of Grünerløkka in Oslo where he grew up, or take a trip to his cabin in Åsgårdstrand where he spent many summers. The Oslo region boasts many interesting spaces for art. Oslo’s art highlights include the Munch museum, Astrup Fearnley Museum, and Norway’s National Museums. Henie Onstad Art Centre in Asker, Kistefos Museum at Jevnaker and Galleri F 15 in Moss are other places that show international caliber art. For a local twist, try one of the region’s many smaller exhibition spaces.
Walks in the park
Sculpture park in the Frogner Park with more than 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland (1869–1943) in bronze, granite and cast iron, including The Angry Boy (Sinnataggen in Norwegian), The Monolith (Monolitten) and The Wheel of Life (Livshjulet). Sculpture park located by the Astrup Fearnley Museum at Tjuvholmen. Both were designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano. Bygdøy is mainly a residential area, but in addition to the museums Bygdøy is also a popular recreational area during summer offering beaches, a beach volleyball court and a beach restaurant at Huk. There are also several beautiful trails both for cycling and walking.
Spot of exercise
Oslo street workout park in norway. Located in the city centre just a few hundert meters from the main station away you find a calisthenics park. This outdoor gym in the capital of norway is made by
Day tripping
Kistefos Museum at Jevnaker tells the intriguing stories of the people who worked at and lived by the wood pulp mill A/S Kistefos Træsliberi. The old mill is the only remaining building of its kind in Scandinavia. In scenic surroundings one hour from Oslo you find Hadeland Glassworks, a tourist attraction and shopping destination founded on history, art, culture and handicraft traditions. The glassworks were founded in 1762 and is the oldest industrial company in Norway with continuous operation. The glass museum is the largest in Scandinavia, and displays Hadeland creations from the last 250 years. One hour from Oslo you find the Royal Modum Blaafarveværk, a museum measuring eight kilometres in length with a mix of art, culture and outdoor activities.

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