This 1730 farmhouse in Copenhagen’s Latin Quarter is a rare throwback to the architecture of yesteryear in the Danish capital.
Hidden in a quiet, cobbled street, the 1,850 sq ft property combines an idyllic, almost rustic, setting with the privileges of living in the heart of the city. Destinations such as City Hall, Tivoli Gardens and Torvehallerne Market are just a short walk away.
Original features inside the listed, four-bed property include 18th-century beams and rafters running across the ceilings of its two floors. Not everything, though, is old, with the farmhouse having undergone complete renovation work in 2003.
Kitchen furnishings from German brand Poggenpohl and natural Douglas fir floorboards from wood specialist Dinesen are among the modern updates. The result: a time-travelling Copenhagen abode that elegantly juggles old and new.
The farmhouse is available for 7.995 million Danish Krones (£759,000) via Danish estate agent DanBolig.