Cosy and pitturesque home by the Trondheimsfjord

Cosy and pitturesque home by the Trondheimsfjord




Jan 2018

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is located within walking and cycling distance to Trondheim city. The apartment is part of a multi-family house in a quiet tree house area. The apartment is in good shape, with bright walls, floors and interior typical of modern Scandinavian homes. The rooms are small but functional and the apartment goes over two floors, one floor is partly below the ground. There is underfloor heating in every room downstairs as well as some rooms on the ground floor. We have an big wood stove in the upper floor. There is no need for aircondition in our country. The house is fully equipped with all appliances, furniture, TV and music system. The living rooms with kitchen, TV lounge, living room and office are spacious without walls and invites to good social gatherings. From the living room we have direct access to the terrace and the outdoor lounge with sofas and separate dining area & open garden area with fruit trees and our own small kitchen garden with carrots, salads and snow peas.
At our local grocery store its possible to buy the most necessary and the range of local fresh products is good. Our local beaches is one minute walking away, we practically live by the sea. There are plenty to do just outside the door, in our neighborhood; seaports, fishing, bicycling etc. The woods are nearby and there is an fantastic forest trail that takes you from our house and straight to the inner city, by the fiord. There is also a playground for small children just outside the door, basketball courts and a small area for soccer playing (for children).
We are an outdoor family and bicycles and various sports equipment such as surfboards, canoes etc. are available to our guests. We have two parking spaces available.


More about us

  1. We are an active family of four; Jacob (16), Ulla (8) and Jarle and Tanja

  2. Jarle is a fashion and lifestyle photographer and Tanja is the CEO of an small design agency

  3. We love travelling, design & architecture and nature

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Where is it?


With a population of 193,000, Trondheim is not a big city on a European scale. However, it is the third largest in Norway. The wide range of things to do may in part be attributed to the city’s students, who number more than 30,000. The students leave their mark on the city by arranging many events, as well as attending the city’s other cultural offerings.

Trondheim has a number of sights that each year are among the most visited in Trøndelag. The Nidarosdomen cathedral is an impressive sight. The cathedral is the national sanctuary of Norway, built over the grave of St. Olav. Work began in 1070, but the oldest parts still in existence date from the middle of the 12th century.

Popular museums with exciting exhibitions include the National Museum of Decorative Arts, the Trondheim Museum of Art and the Archbishop’s Palace Museum. A museum that stands in stark contrast to these is Rockheim, Norway’s national museum of popular music. There are several options for getting to Trondheim and around.

Just a short ride from the city centre on the world’s northernmost tram, Gråkallbanen, you will find Bymarka. The popular recreation area is ideal for walking and jogging, with a network of marked trails criss-crossing the reserve, leading to viewpoints, rest areas and cabins selling refreshments.

The intimate city centre combined with the exciting shops makes Trondheim a popular city for shopping. Here you can enjoy many independent shops selling clothes and accessories that you won’t find everywhere. Particularly in historic Bakklandet, you will find several shops that make the garments they sell from scratch or by adapting old garments.

Trondheim is one of the places in Norway with the strongest focus on local food. Many local establishments, including pubs, cafés and restaurants, serve a wide range of excellent locally brewed beers, preferably together with food specially developed to accompany the beer. (Official text: Find more inspiration on Trondheim's official website)

Buzzy restaurants
Five minutes walking to Land & Strand in our local marina
Cool bars
Den Gode Naboen in the old wooden part of the city

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