Old town in Dragør
In the middle of Dragør's old town, just 350 m from the marina, beach, restaurants, shops and shopping, you will find this lovely skipper's house surrounded by cobbled streets where the hollyhocks bloom in the summer. Here you live off nature, and sports on land and water are practiced all year round.
The house's garden faces south and is uniquely arranged with cobblestones, lawn, old rose beds and a gazebo under wild vines and sunny patios.
There is also an outbuilding on the grounds, which previously functioned as the skipper's workshop and shop. Today it is used as a workshop/hobby room, bicycle parking and storage. The car can be parked on the cobblestones in the house's yard, if desired.
The house was built in 1796 by the well-known builder Blichmann, and has very special, beautiful details that have been preserved by the National Museum.
The ground floor contains a joinery-built, white kitchen adjoining the dining room with high wooden paneling and large mullioned windows which overlook the garden. In extension of the kitchen, there is a large newly built white barrel with visible old beams, which preserves the atmosphere of earlier times. In the second part of the ground floor, there are 2 living rooms en suite, one of which has a wood-burning stove. There is also a toilet on the ground floor.
On the first floor there is a large attic for storage, a bathroom and three bedrooms with views over the city's thatched roofs and the open cobbled square. There are also beams in the ceiling and a very special light from the many slatted windows. Truly a house with soul.
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