Family apartment in one of Copenhagen’s most exciting areas!
The bedroom has a double bed. Our second room has three beds.
Our kitchen has all the necessary commodities, + dishwasher and a microwave if you don't feel like cooking. The bathroom has a shower and a washing machine.
The apartment comes with; Wi-Fi, Stereo, Fridge + Freezer, Dishwasher, Washing machine, oven, Microwave oven, Stove and kitchen equipment.
Our back yard has a nice and green on a sunny day.
We both work at a Christian Private school in the other end of the city and our Children of 11, 8 and 7 go to school nearby.
The apartment is located in a neighborhood with different ethnicities and cultures and is at the moment experiencing a riveting city renewal with parks, ball courts, cafés and other outdoor activities It's just 10 minutes bus- or bike ride from the city center, in the district of Norrebro.
The apartment is easily accessible with several busses covering the entire city (for example the 5C, goes directly from the Central Train Station), and a train station, just steps away.
Our apartment you is very close to a big red square, "Superkilen", which has been nominated for several architectural and urban planning prizes. The square is made on the ground of an old tram station, and the old preserved buildings now accommodate sports facilities, including a big bouldering climbing wall and several sport courts.
The square has a café and is equipped with hundreds of different cultural objects picked from across the globe to reflect the cultural like diversity in the area. Objects like basketball hoops from L.A., speakers form Kingston Jamaica and benches from Kuwait and Cuba. During the summer Superkilen is filled with people enjoying themselves with skateboarding, ball or just the sun and an occasional festive event or two.
The square is a part of a long park that goes across two of the main districts in Copenhagen; Nørrebro and Frederiksberg. The park is equipped with a bike lane, and thereby functions as a perfect way to bike through the city almost right into the center without encountering any big roads. Or just bike 4 min. to Jægersborggade, an area filled with cafés, small shops and always a "hangout" atmosphere.
On a rainy day the busses can easily take you to the city center museums, one of the bigger shopping malls or you can just walk to the cinema close by.