Traditional Norwegian woodbuilding,

Traditional Norwegian woodbuilding,




Jan 2017

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Located in Storhaug, Stavanger, on the west coast of Norway. The house is in walking distance to the citycenter, (15 min). Woodbuilding constructed in 1929, totally upgraded in 2013 with a large terrace to the garden. Big trampoline for the kids. Bicycles for grown ups and kids. Ideal situated for trips to the fjords, hiking in the mountains or sightseeing around Stavanger.
First floor, kitchen,living rooms and a small toilet. Second floor three bedrooms and main bathroom. Third floor, apartment with two bedrooms and a small bath. Basement, television room and a small bedroom. Toilet, washing machine and tumbledryer. The house is totally upgraded in 2012/13 with new kitchen, new bathrooms. Internet, WiFi and three televisions. CableTV. There is a 300m2 garden and it is a quiet neigbourhood. Close to ferries to the Pulpit Rock. Walking distance, 10 minutes, to beach and recreational areas.


More about us

  1. Family, three children, 5,12 and 15,

  2. Merete is a musictherapist, Trond owns a cafe

  3. Music, arts and holiday life

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Where is it?


It is a quiet neighbourhood with wooden houses. This is the old part of Stavanger where workers in the fishingindustry used to live. 15 minute walk to the center, 10 min walk to the beach/recreational area. 100 m to the local shop.

Buzzy restaurants
Cool bars
Bøker og Børst
Cozy cafés
Bit of culture
Street Art, Foodfestival, museums
Walks in the park
Spot of exercise
Day tripping
Pulpit Rock, hiking in the mountains, lots of beaches.

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