If islands in the sun are not your cup of tea, those seeking different weather with money available can now buy landmasses in Norway.
Two islands in Norway are currently up for sale, Brekstad Island in Bjugnfjorden, Sør-Trøndelag county, and Krokholmen near Bodø in the county of Nordland.
The website privateislandsonline.com is listing the property and states that Brekstad Island measures just under 15 acres and includes a house that was built in the 1850’s.
According to the international real estate company, options for development include a school or a farm with 50,000 square metres of arable land.
Krokholmen is described as a holiday retreat and conference location, which could be developed with further cabins by the sea of for business purposes.
“The island is famous for its clean water, excellent fishing, and sea and mountain adventures in the region surrounding the island,” the description reads.
The website lists Brekstad for sale at EUR 3.5 million (about NOK 26,38 million), while with Krokholmen’s price is EUR 1 million (negotiable) (approximately NOK 7,53 million).
At the end of August, it was announced that another piece of originally Norwegian property, the Bergen-built vessel MS ‘Kong Olav’ was for sale from NOK 5.2 million-priced ship (about USD 900,000).
Other items for possible purchase have also included an old Gestapo building in central Oslo, and a Cold War naval base.
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