The cabin was originally purchased for 16,000 Swedish kronor, but on Monday it was purchased for 5.2 million Swedish kronor.
On Bleikøya, inside the Oslo Fjord, a cabin with a usable area of 27 square meters was sold at a price of 1.5 million Norwegian kroner above the recommended price.
-Marius Berger of Eie Real Estate said,
This brings the price of the cabin to 192,600 crowns per square meter.
according to Sale advertisement The cottage consists of one floor, plus a loft with sleeping berths. The toilets are in public facilities on the island.
According to the sales announcement, the cabin is a repair object, and the new owner of the cabin must expect major upgrades to make the cabin meet today’s standard requirements.
In addition, the cabin is listed on Byantikvaren’s yellow list. This means that the exterior of the cabin is protected and cannot be changed without the permission of Byantikvaren.
Nevertheless, the price of the cabin is estimated at 3.7 million Norwegian kroner.
-Even if there are restrictions, it will not scare the market, Berg told Bosen.
It is said that Berger sold the cottage next door last year. Even if it is in good condition, you can go directly in, but by comparison, the price of the chalet next door was 200,000 SEK higher than the chalet sold on Monday.
So far, the price of sea cabins has risen for seven consecutive years. From 2019 to 2020, the price of seaside holiday homes has risen by 3.9%.
According to E24, this means that Berger sold a cabin for 6.4 million Norwegian kroner last year, setting a record for Bleikøya.
The real estate agent believes that a new record can be set this year.
-I think we can pay 7 million Swedish kronor for the right items, Berger said Avisa Oslo.