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Look, here are the most expensive cabins right now!

The most expensive cabins right now.

Look, here are the most expensive cabins right now!

The cabin market is good in the fall, and even better this year than before, we will believe the experts.

There are currently 13 cabins for over $ 15 million out for sale, but although these are chopped tougher to be sold, the market is good for the slightly more exclusive cabins too.

The market has been very good this year, better than previous years, and the market for the slightly more expensive cabins has also been good, says Stig Svartor in DNB property.

He is currently working on the sale of a fully furnished cottage in Lunnstaden on Hafjelltoppen to the net sum of 19. 500. 000 kroner.

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Look, here are the most expensive cabins right now!

HAVFJELLTOPPEN: Overlooking Gudbrandsdalen lies the cabin in one of the country’s most exclusive cottage areas. Photo: DNB Real Estate

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There are winter cabins in the fall, but there are also some properties that are best suited for summertime. Among others, a summer place with a shoreline on Brekkestø is sold to 25. 000. 000. With it, the property is the most expensive on the market today.

At Tjøme you will get 40 meters of shoreline, pier and booths for 18. 000. 000.

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Look, here are the most expensive cabins right now!

SUMMER: It’s not just the winter cabins that go now in the fall. According to Tore Solberg in Real Estate Agent 1, the autumn may be as good as the spring for the sale of summer cottages. This at Tjøme, has a 40 meter long shoreline. Photo: Zentuvo

On the Romeriksåsen, a hunting lodge is sold consisting of a main building, annexe, four garages, gildestove, stabbur and stall for 20. 000. 000.

Christian Falkenberg in the Private Broker can tell about cabin-interested Norwegians.

– We sell many cabins in winter, it’s winter cabins we connect most with Norway.

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Of course, in the price range there is a little less to choose from and sales can take time.

Look, here are the most expensive cabins right now!

NOT LONG FROM THE MAIN STATE: “There is definitely great movement in the cabin market now,” explains Christian Falckenberg in the Private Broker, which stands for the sale of this hunting lodge on the Romerik Sea, to 20 million. Photo: Private Broker

– It may take time. Buyers in that price range may have a longer perspective. They will not have a cabin now to be sold again in a few years.

According to Svartor in DNB Eiendom, buyers in these price ranges use longer, it may take a year to sell. The reason for this is, among other things, that buyers are quality-conscious both on material use and not least location.

– It’s a very selective market when we get up to plus / minus 15 million and we need to count on multiple rounds of impressions.

Koppang agricultural and food industry is currently selling a landmark property with seats and 47 regulated cabins in Flå municipality.

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4667 square meters in Oppdal is out to 19. 500. 000. The guesthouse consists of a total of 12 buildings.

In Ustaoset in Hol Municipality, Buskerud, 439 square meters are sold to 19. 500. 000.

Look, here are the most expensive cabins right now!

BIG: Although Utistu consists of a total of 12 buildings, both private individuals and businesses have reported their interest, “says Olav Granheim in Active Real Estate Brokerage.. Photo: Active Real Estate, Oppdal

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Look, here are the most expensive cabins right now!

USTAOSET: On the east you get a 439 square foot cottage with dining room, TV room, kitchen, and five bedrooms. The dining room and one of the bedrooms are equipped with a fireplace. The cabin has a prize grant of 19,500,000. Photo: Real Estate Agent 1

Look, here are the most expensive cabins right now!

SKARSDALEN: – This is not the cabin itself, which is the exclusive but large area of ​​the site that makes it expensive, says Jan Endre Strandbakken in Koppang Agricultural and Commercial Property.. Photo: Koppang Agricultural and Commercial Property

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