Strandvejen, north of Copenhagen and attracts with its location next to Øresund, the sea view and the proximity to the Danish capital some of the country's best economically would-be home buyers.
And it is also one with really much gold in the bank, available to the modern villa, which has just taken the spot as Denmark's most expensive house up for sale. It writes boligsitet men study.dk.
the asking price, to ensure the over 480 square meters large new building on Vedbæk Strandvej and the distinguished title, sounds exactly 65 million dollars - and turns thus the previous high flier in Kongens Lyngby with five million dollars.Far above the average
For the staggering amount follows a location completely out of the water and about everything you could imagine to need in a residence with 12 rooms.
Right from a large open-plan ground floor with a fireplace and panoramic views in addition to the Sound to a bar and lounge area with an adjoining home theater in the basement. And then there is also a private, underground garage of 160 square meters, if one were to go and be missing.
It can all be yours for just over 135.400 dollars per. square meters, and even though Vedbæk is the holder of some of the country's highest per square meter, the average villas usually traded for a somewhat lower amount.
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In the first half threw the buyers so roughly just over 38.700 dollars for one huskvadratmeter in the exclusive residential area.The right buyer
so That is not very detached and ligusterhæk over the house in Vedbæk, and it caters to a very special køberskare, tells Farnaz Elbæk, who is a partner at the agency Elbæks real estate agent who has the country's most expensive villa for sale.
- It is not a dwelling, there are infinitely many buyers, but we also do not need too many, but just one quite really buy. A, where 65 million dollars is not “much money”, but where is the actual home and not the price that matters, she says to men study.dk.
the Acting in this caliber is regularly sold outside the public market, but in this case, has the agency chosen to go all in in the hunt for just the right buyer.
- It could very well be a udenlandsdansker, who after some time abroad would like to return to Denmark again and are looking for a perfect abode to settle down in, says Farnaz Elbæk.
See Denmark's most expensive house hereUpdated Date: 04 December 2019, 15:00