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Inside the 100-year-old abandoned house where time has stood still

Love Exploring Logo By lovePROPERTY team of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 23: Flanked by the sea and mountains, this corner of Scandinavia is steeped in mysticism, experiencing an ever-present midnight sun in the summer months and 24 hours of polar night in the winter. This is the land of the aurora borealis – in years gone by, locals revered the magnificent phenomenon, believing the northern lights could whisk them away if they so much as waved at the sky. Back in the mid-19th century, the land the house was built on was no more than a small farm until the dwelling's first owners, Sedrup and his wife Joakima, acquired the property in 1893, transforming it into the structure we see today. 

Enchanting landscape

Flanked by the sea and mountains, this corner of Scandinavia is steeped in mysticism, experiencing an ever-present midnight sun in the summer months and 24 hours of polar night in the winter. This is the land of the aurora borealis – in years gone by, locals revered the magnificent phenomenon, believing the northern lights could whisk them away if they so much as waved at the sky. Back in the mid-19th century, the land the house was built on was no more than a small farm until the dwelling's first owners, Sedrup and his wife Joakima, acquired the property in 1893, transforming it into the structure we see today. 

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