Good Wednesday morning! A stunning and spacious Danish thatched home circa 1800 with room to renovate and expand!
I’m so obsessed with these Danish country houses! They are so beautiful and gentle in the landscape, with the sweet cottage windows and lush countryside all around. They look almost like old Viking longhouses but the interiors are always bright and comfortable. This one is full of traditional Danish decor which is so much fun to take a peek through! This home has four bedrooms and over 1300 sq ft of living space, but with potential for even more – many more bedrooms could be added if the second floor and attic were renovated. This could become the ideal countryside B&B!
From the listing on Nybolig:
The Morten Korch idyll is certainly not to be mistaken when it comes to this impressive, thatched property, which is located on a plot of over 8,000 square meters in the village of Sønderballe. Sønderballe is surrounded by the scenic, hilly landscape between Haderslev and Aabenraa, and the center of both cities awaits within just a quarter of an hour’s drive. Within the same short period of time, you can also go to the water and take a refreshing dip at both Gåsevig Strand and Sønderballe Strand. The property is listed, and its history dates back to the year 1800. Throughout the 1990s, the place was continuously renovated and renovated with great respect for the original style, and among other things, the home is many beautiful marbles and other decorations of walls and ceilings. well-preserved. The living area counts no less than 409 square meters, which is made up of the house’s ground floor as well as a single room on the first floor, and in addition there is a large, unused attic space. The good space provides a correspondingly wide selection of both interior design and application possibilities for the property, and the interior design has a great potential for, for example, two generations or families to be able to arrange themselves under the same roof. The setting is also perfect for you who dream of running a bed and breakfast, and finally there is also the possibility that the place can be used as a flexible home – an obvious opportunity for you who want a common gathering place for the whole family in southern Jutland. As already mentioned, there is also plenty of space in the open air, and about half of the property’s large plot of land is laid out as field. In addition, you get a large courtyard and a park-like country garden, which especially in its summer bloom impresses and matches the property’s idyllic village charm to the fullest. Among the outbuildings – which of course are also thatched – it is especially worth highlighting the spacious garage with workshop and the cozy gazebo.