Happy Bargain Friday! A sweet thatched cottage circa 1688 in a quiet village near the city of Nykøbing, Denmark!
The cottagecore dream! I could happily float along through life in this sunny little abode. So blissful and romantic, I could cry.
From the listing on Danbolig:
In the cozy village Nakke a few kilometers east of Nykøbing lies this conservation-worthy village house, which exudes charm and history. In addition to the beautiful thatched house, you get a unique garden, and with a fantastic location in Odsherred, you have every opportunity to get lost in the scenic, romantic surroundings. The history of the property dates back to 1688, when the house was originally built. Here are still beautiful, unique details such as the original tile floor, which was already in 1666 retrieved from an old monastery in Roskilde. It was not until 1958 that the house was converted into a private residence, and today the property appears well maintained and lovingly renovated with great respect and care. The plot counts 318 m2, and the area is extremely well utilized with a beautiful garden with 50 different kinds of roses, which together provide a sensory experience beyond the usual. The garden is known in the area, and in addition it has been depicted in several garden magazines over the years. The home itself has 78 m2 on one and a half levels, and since the square meters are quite well utilized, it actually feels larger. On the first floor you get a sleeping area with two rooms. The rooms are also grouped around a large, furnished repos. With underfloor heating in the entrance hall and in the bathroom, there is room on the ground floor for modern solutions, but it is still the very special historical charm that carries the overall impression. You will find the old tiled floor in an inviting living area with kitchen and living room in open connection, and as the finishing touch you will find here a nice wood stove. With the market town of Nykøbing within easy reach, there is a short distance to schools, day care institutions and shopping opportunities. From the address you have just one kilometer to Nakke Strand, and in a few minutes you can drive to Denmark’s perhaps best beach – Nordstranden in Rørvig. The property needs a loving hand and the roof in particular needs to be replaced, as there is currently a tarpaulin on the roof.