Charming Town house in Copenhagen
Townhouse, urban with 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6, 2 bathroom(s), floor area of 150 m2 (1615 sq.ft), car optional, children OK, NO smoking, including internet , number of travellers: 4
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Where we want to go
Description of our house
The kind of town house we’re living in was originally built for shipyard-workers and their families in the 1890's, but today they are some of the most sought after places to live in Copenhagen. Our town house is 140 m2 on a very small quiet street with no thru traffic. There’s a basement, a main floor, and a first and second floor. The basement has a washer, and at the main floor there’s an open kitchen, dining room, sofa, wood burning stove, and garden entrance. The kitchen is brand new, and has a large fridge, a dishwasher, oven, induction cooking top, micro, espresso machine and grinder. The first floor has a small toilet, a children’s bedroom, and a guest bedroom (twin bed) with a small office desk and a flat screen 40” TV. The second floor has the master bedroom with a king size bed, and a brand new, main bathroom with shower and hot tub. Perhaps needless to say there is wireless internet in the house. There is a patio out front to enjoy the afternoon sun, and a small green garden out back for relaxing, etc.
Accommodation and facilities
Telephone, stereo / hifi, central heating, tv / cable, sofa, carpet, fireplace
Kitchen and washing:
Freezer, fridge, microwave, dish washer, oven, washing machine
Local places to go:
Galleries/museums, fine restaurants, good shopping, nightlife
Nearest major airport:
Children ok, no smoking, including internet, car optional
= marks the location of this home
Inner Copenhagen is made up of downtown Copenhagen and three neighborhoods: Noerrebro, Oesterbro and Vesterbro that all connect to the city center and goes in each direction either to the north, the east or the west. They all have a distinct atmosphere and tons of local shops, cafes and restaurants. You can easily reach all neighborhoods - and all parts of Copenhagen - by bike. Copenhagen is known as a biker’s paradise: everyone living in the city bikes their way around in the city, and you will hardly find a street without designated bike lanes. If you wish, the city has a well-developed public transportation system, busses, the metro (easy transfer to the airport) and the commuter trains (we are 150 meters from a train station and several bus lines). You can bring the bike at no cost on the commuter trains (S-trains). The following links might be useful:
Something about ourselves
We're a young professional couple from Denmark. Anna is an anthropologist working in a public fund that finances and supervises urban redevelopment projects in disadvantaged neighborhoods. Jens Peter is a researcher within the field of Sociology of Education and a faculty staff member at the Department of Sociology at University of Copenhagen. We have two girls - a 6 year old daughter named Aja and a 4 year old daughter named Isa. We are non-smokers.