Happy Bargain Friday! A cozy Danish thatched cottage circa 1887 full of paintings! On a half acre.
I just love how the owners of this adorable cottage have crammed every wall full of paintings – beautiful ocean scenes, cottages, flowers, all over the walls. I love the big pot-bellied woodstove, and the lace bed coverings. It seems like a nostalgic place. Hurup Thy, Denmark is a quiet country area with green fields, pretty villages, coast inlets, and all the conveniences you’d need to live comfortably.
From the listing on Nybolig:
Charming and cozy thatched cottage with a living area of 98 m² located on 2,537 m² natural plot with good planting in exciting cottage area. This beautiful house was built in 1887 and rebuilt / rebuilt in 1965. Contains: Entrance. Bedroom with double bed. Children’s room with two berths. Bathroom with underfloor heating. Living room with access to loft with 2-3 beds. Dining room with wood burning stove. Cozy, newer kitchen with everything in white goods and aisle with access to south-facing, tiled terrace. Throughout the house there are tiled floors, wooden ceilings and plaster ceilings with exposed beams and in several rooms with sloping ceilings. In connection with the house there is a carport and tool room built in wood. Furthermore, there are exciting gazebos and an orchard on the grounds. An extremely charming and well-located cottage that is definitely to be experienced.