Into Danish design? Do you want to experience the culture of your destination when traveling? Do you prefer to enjoy nature but still feel the pulse of the city? Then please read on – maybe our house is just what you are looking for.
You get a top renovated three-story house from 1903, which timber and original hardwood floors makes it an
authentic, charming but still comfortable stay. You get a fully equipped modern Danish home decorated with the minimalist touch of classical Danish Design.
A Three-story House:
Ground floor: bedroom and WC/bath + a nice laundry room.
1st Floor: Fully equipped kitchen, office and large dining and living area with flatscreen.
2st floor: holds the master bedroom (with flatscreen) and WC/bath, as well as a dressing room with the possibility of making up an extra bed.
Perfect for families, one, two or three couples looking for something special. Whether you feel like relaxing at home, have fun in the garden with a barbecue, visit the beach or spend the day in Copenhagen experiencing some of the many attractions, shopping, restaurants, nightlife etc.
The house is located in the exclusive (suburb) area of Gentofte, only 8 km from central Copenhagen. It only takes 15 minutes by train, bus or taxi and you are within walking distance to several kinds of public transportation. A shopping street with groceries stores, baker, butcher, cinema etc. is just down the corner open 8-24/7 days a week. Here you are likely to feel the lives of the locals.
Gentofte City and nearby area
The house is situated in the exclusive suburb of Gentofte. One of Danmarks most expensive places to live - and with good reason. Being build as a part of a larger urban developing plan back in beginning of the 20th century the house and neighbourhood has a historic and authentic atmosphere. The area has beaches, lakes, forrest park, luxery shopping etc.
Attractions - Nordsjælland:
- Bellevue beach
- Charlottenlund fort
- Dyrehaven forrest park
- Bernstorff castle
- Louisiana Museum of Modern art
- Dyrehavsbakken ("The Deer Park Hill"), commonly referred to as Bakken ("The Hill"), is the world's oldest operating amusement park. It is located near Klampenborg (Gentofte municipality) With 2.5-2.7 million visitors per year, it is the second most popular attraction in Denmark, after the more widely known amusement park Tivoli Gardens
At the end of the road 200 meters from the house you find Gentofte lake. The lake is reported as being one of the most important botanical sites in the former county of Copenhagen with a rich variation of species. Originally the lake was used for commercial fishing some of the old fishermen's houses are still remaining at the shore. A beautiful and perfect setting for stroll.
At Gentoftegade you also find Gentofte Kino. The theatre operates as both a cinema and gallery. The theatre was designed in 1938 by architects Paul Nyboe-Pedersen and Hilda Romer. Together the two architects are responsible for a number of other beautiful buildings in Gentofte city. It is Denmark’s oldest cinema and still stand in its original design with the character of a luxury cinema in the functionalist style. This gives one the impression of going into a time warp when stepping into to the lobby.
Feel free to write and ask any questions.
• No smoking
• No pets
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