Stunning 1 bed apartment for sale in Copenhagen Denmark
Kastrupvej 127 st 2
Are you looking for a well-appointed home in a good location? Then you must turn your gaze to this apartment on Amager. Here you get a short distance to everyday chores and recreational areas, which gives you the best of both worlds. You are welcomed in the entrance, from where the home unfolds via a well-disposed floor plan without waste space. The trump card is the interior-friendly living room with light wooden floor and an east-facing window that draws in the rays of the morning sun. in the living room you can gather for delicious dinners, cozy board games or just enjoy a quiet time on the couch.
On Kastrupvej 127 is the property from 1937, where the apartment has a convenient location on the ground floor, so you avoid the trip up the stairs with heavy shopping bags. in addition, you can look forward to two private basement rooms, one of which has its own laundry facilities.
The kitchen offers nice storage space for the remedies, so the table top is free for cooking. in addition, there is room for a couple of bar stools where guests can enjoy a glass of wine while you put the finishing touches on the dinner. From the kitchen there is also a view into the living room, which creates a light and inviting atmosphere.
The home has a large bedroom, where in addition to a bed there is ample space for a wardrobe and a desk. Finally, there is a bathroom with shower and a window, which ensures both a nice light and a good indoor climate.
Outside you can look forward to a nice, green common area, where in the summer it is obvious to enjoy lunch in the open air.
The location is magnificent with a short distance to Amagerbrogade with everything from atmospheric cafes to delicious takeaway places and grocery shopping, while Amager Strandpark slows down with cooling dips or relaxing walks along the water. Finally, you have easy access to the metro and motorway, while the inner City is a short bike ride away.
Come and experience the home.
About the Area
Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. it’s linked to Malmo in southern Sweden by the Oresund Bridge. indre By, the city’s historic center, contains Frederiksstaden, an 18th-century rococo district, home to the royal family’s Amalienborg Palace. Nearby is Christiansborg Palace and the Renaissance-era Rosenborg Castle, surrounded by gardens and home to the crown jewels.
Copenhagen is the epitome of Scandi cool. Modernist lamps light New Nordic tables, bridges buzz with cycling commuters and eye-candy locals dive into pristine waterways.
in little over a decade, Copenhagen has gone from dining dowager to culinary powerhouse. The Danish capital claims no less than 15 Michelin-starred restaurants, more than any other Scandinavian capital. in recent years, sous chefs from numerous high-profile kitchens have spread their own wings, opening a string of thrilling new eateries where culinary prowess comes with a more approachable price tag. Across the city, a wave of eateries are plating pure, organic produce from their own greenhouses, gardens and farms. Among them is the reincarnation of New Nordic maverick Noma. Come curious, come hungry.
Only here does the morning rush of cyclists look more like a runway show on wheels. Forget Milan; when it comes to style, it’s hard to beat Copenhagen’s denizens. Few people have such a knack for effortless cool, driven by a reverence for simplicity, detail and understated beauty. These tenets drive everything from Copenhagen’s painfully hip streetwear labels, its world-famous furniture and lighting, to its grassroots ceramics and glassware. Together they have created a city of endless visual pleasure; a place where even the most mundane activities are laced with a sense of quiet wonder and delight.
When cities seek enlightenment, they commonly look to Copenhagen. The hometown of architect Jan Gehl – one of the world’s leading authorities on sustainable urban planning – the Danish capital regularly tops world liveability lists. After all, this is one of the globe’s greenest, cleanest, most sustainable urban centres, a place where cycling is serious transport, where buses and the metro run frequently and around the clock, and where the harbour is squeaky clean enough for a bracing dip. Leaving the sprawl to cities like Melbourne and LA, Copenhagen wisely keeps things compact and accessible, making it a super-easy place to explore.
* 1 bedroom
* 1 bathroom
* 51m2 of living space plus basement laundry room is 14 m2
* Fully Furnished
* Close to essential amenities such as shops, bars and restaurants.
* 10 mins drive from Copenhagen’s international airport
* Perfect base from which to discover many of Copenhagen’s other fascinating areas.
* Excellent transport links.