The beautyful long house designed in a minimalist Scandinavian style by a prize-winning architect is situated on a hill by the National Park with a glass facade facing the soft rolling hills of Mols and Begtrup Vig. Close to the charming Ebeltoft.
The house is seven years old and designed in a minimalist Scandinavian style by a prize-winning architect.
Situated high on a hill, it is a long house (90 m2) with a glass facade facing the soft rolling hills of Mols, Bronze Age burial mounds, and the small cove of Begtrup Vig. The house sleeps five (two rooms),has a large livingroom with a woodstove, kitchen with a view of the water;bathroom and sauna,
dishwasher and washing machine as well as free wireless internet.
All the rooms have sliding glass doors opening onto a large wooden terrace resembling a ship's deck, so the house and its natural surroundings almost blend together. You can enjoy yourbreakfast on the east side of the terrace, from which you can also see the water – looking through the house. The long wooden terrace faces west, so you can enjoy the sun until it sets.
The property is sloping and is naturally covered with oak trees and bushes, blackberries, raspberries, mountain ash and honeysuckle. The foliage attracts lively songbirds, giving the road its name – ‘Skovsangervej’ (Wood Warbler road).
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