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Hellerup, Denmark

My livingroom

My livingroom

Oceanview.

Oceanview.

The view from my livingroom

The view from my livingroom

The dinner table and library.

The dinner table and library.

Reading corner:-).

Reading corner:-).

The slightly larger bedroom.

The slightly larger bedroom.

The bed is a queen-size (140 x 200) box spring mattress with a memory foam top.

The bed is a queen-size (140 x 200) box spring mattress with a memory foam top.

View from the bedroom.

View from the bedroom.

The hall with the kitchen at the end.

The hall with the kitchen at the end.

The hall with the entrance at the end.

The hall with the entrance at the end.

At the small bar in the kitchen you can enjoy a glass of wine or have breakfast.

At the small bar in the kitchen you can enjoy a glass of wine or have breakfast.

My kitchen is small but well-equipped.

My kitchen is small but well-equipped.

The smaller bedroom has a latex mattress with a memory foam top mattress.

The smaller bedroom has a latex mattress with a memory foam top mattress.

The smaller bedroom with the sofabed open (160 x 200).

The smaller bedroom with the sofabed open (160 x 200).

The toilet is separate from the shower.

The toilet is separate from the shower.

The shower cabin.

The shower cabin.

The shower cabin and the washing machine.

The shower cabin and the washing machine.

Exploring Bergen in Norway.

Exploring Bergen in Norway.

Hiking in Greece:-).

Hiking in Greece:-).

My parents, Annette and Steffen.

My parents, Annette and Steffen.

My nephews and I.

My nephews and I.

Enjoying some cake in Malmö :-).

Enjoying some cake in Malmö :-).

My mom and sister baking christmas cookies.

My mom and sister baking christmas cookies.

Sunset in Denmark

Sunset in Denmark

Hiking in Avoriaz

Hiking in Avoriaz

Favorite pastimes: cakebreak from hiking in Avoriaz, France.

Favorite pastimes: cakebreak from hiking in Avoriaz, France.

Hiking in Sri Lanka

Hiking in Sri Lanka

Admiring the view in Armenia

Admiring the view in Armenia

My livingroom Oceanview. The view from my livingroom The dinner table and library. Reading corner:-). The slightly larger bedroom. The bed is a queen-size (140 x 200) box spring mattress with a memory foam top. View from the bedroom. The hall with the kitchen at the end. The hall with the entrance at the end. At the small bar in the kitchen you can enjoy a glass of wine or have breakfast. My kitchen is small but well-equipped. The smaller bedroom has a latex mattress with a memory foam top mattress. The smaller bedroom with the sofabed open (160 x 200). The toilet is separate from the shower. The shower cabin. The shower cabin and the washing machine. Exploring Bergen in Norway. Hiking in Greece:-). My parents, Annette and Steffen. My nephews and I. Enjoying some cake in Malmö :-). My mom and sister baking christmas cookies. Sunset in Denmark Hiking in Avoriaz Favorite pastimes: cakebreak from hiking in Avoriaz, France. Hiking in Sri Lanka Admiring the view in Armenia
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Looking for (last-minute) exchanges for autumn 2018 in Sweden and spring/summer 2019 in Europe. Flat in Hellerup, 5 km from downtown Copenhagen.

My home is located in Hellerup; a quiet and safe suburb to Copenhagen. I live on a great shopping street and have a view of the ocean from my living room.
My apartment is 79 m2, has sloping walls (so it feels smaller) and light wooden floors. It consists of a living room; a kitchen; a toilet; a room with a shower cabin, washing machine, freezer and wardrobe; and two bedrooms: the smallest has a single bed that opens into a double, and the slightly larger has a queen-size bed for two people.
A two-person air mattress can be put up in the living room as well.

Note that I live on the fifth floor with no elevator (and we don't include the ground floor in Denmark, so that's five flights of stairs). Just consider it a workout, that's what I do:-). The view is most definitely worth the climb.

You don't need a car to get around Hellerup or Copenhagen, and public transportation in Denmark works really well if you want to explore other parts of the country. If you want to visit Sweden you can take a train from my local station to Malmö.

It is great to explore Copenhagen by bike. I have two that I can lend you, and there is a place not far from my home where you can rent bikes.

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Our Family

  • 1 Adults
  • 0 Children
  • 5 Exchanges made

Occupation

  • Working with disabled people.

Our Home

  • House Type: Flat
  • Floor: 5th floor
  • Environment: In the suburbs
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4
  • Living Area: 79 m2
  • Total Area: 79 m2

References

In my house

  • Pets - Not allowed
  • Small children - Allowed
  • No smoking

Exchange Types

  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Hospitality wanted
  • Long-term exchange wanted
  • Non-simultaneous exchange
  • Home exchange

Indoor

  • Free internet access
  • Central heating
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Television

Outdoor

  • Park / playground
  • Bicycles: 2

Our Destination Wish List

  • Open for all offers
  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • Austria
  • France
  • Georgia

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • Italiano
  • Français
  • Dansk
  • Svenska

Our Neighbourhood

Nearest Airport: CPH Kastrup Airport - 15 km

My apartment is located in Hellerup on the coastline north of Copenhagen center. The neighborhood, which holds most embassies in Denmark, is quiet, very safe, and perfectly situated: close to Copenhagen city center - 8 minutes by train or 15-20 minutes by bus or bicycle - and yet close to beaches, forests, and parks.
I have good shopping, coffee bars, gelaterie, bakeries, restaurants etc. right outside my doorstep, and beaches (my local beach is tiny but very close, and there are two very popular beaches further up the coast), parks, and a forest close by. You won't find this combination elsewhere in Copenhagen.

Getting to my apartment from the airport or the central train station by train, metro or bus is easy. From the airport it takes approximately 40 minutes from door to door; from Copenhagen central station around 20. I will of course guide you on the best way to get here depending on your means of transportation.
Going to downtown Copenhagen is very easy - you can either hop on a bus 20 meters from my doorstep; walk five minutes to the train station; or hop on a bicycle and in 15-20 minutes you will be in the center of Copenhagen, depending on how fast you are:-).

Occupation

  • Working with disabled people.

Children

  • We do not have children.

Pets

  • We do not have pets.

References

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