The Views From This Seaside Norway Condo Will Take Your Breath Away

The explosion of views from this contemporary waterfront condominium on Norway’s island of Tromsøya is a feast for the eyes: the ocean, fjords, the enduring church often called the Arctic Cathedral and majestic mountains.

But, regardless of the sensation of being enveloped by awe-inspiring magnificence, the harborfront setting in outdated city Tromsø is on the metropolis heart. “Near eating places, wine bars and the Polar Museum,” says Magnus Bonnemark of Shaza Luxurious Actual Property. “On the similar time, a really quiet and tranquil neighborhood.”

Retailers and eateries are a four-minute stroll away whereas the foot of Fløya mountain could be reached inside 25 minutes. Alternatively, Bonnemark notes, “You may get picked up by boat on the dock of the constructing.”

Inside 40 minutes are kayaking, fishing, climbing and wild berry selecting. “That is the magic of Tromsø,” Bonnemark says. “City and nature are outdoors the doorstep.”

The colourful metropolis of Tromsø has been known as “the land of the midnight solar” and “the gateway to the Arctic,” and rightly so. Northern Norway’s largest city space is 350 kilometers―practically 220 miles―north of the Arctic Circle. Within the summertime, there are days when the solar by no means units. In winter, the northern lights illuminate the skies.

Along with floor-to-ceiling expanses of glass, two balconies within the unit seize the views: one faces the town and the opposite appears out to the ocean and mountains.

On the coronary heart of the 178 sq. meters (greater than 1,900 sq. toes) of residing area is an expansive open-plan room divided into two seating areas, a bar, eating space, workplace and kitchen. Finishes embrace European oak, walnut and strong brass.

One of many two visitor bedrooms has balcony entry, and the first suite options an elaborate walk-in closet. Wooden flooring and ceilings add a comfortable vibe to the three bedrooms. There are a complete of two loos.

Though well-suited for a major or secondary residence, the unit “could be an ideal pied-à-terre,” says Bonnemark, who sees the area interesting to “somebody who would love a spot to retreat to, to fully chill out and luxuriate in nature and delightful surroundings.” He shares the itemizing with Shaza’s Beqo Hoti.

The asking worth for Søndre Tollbodgate 15A in Tromsø is €2.3 million or about USD 2.47 million. Facilities within the six-story constructing embrace a shared rooftop deck and electrical automobile charging.

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