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Vedbygaard Estate (Denmark)

Property:

Sagsnummer:

2015-0775

Kontantpris:

Price not disclosed

Price:

Grundareal:

474.8 hectares

Size:

Postnummer:

4291 Ruds Vedby

Area:

Intro:

Vedbygaard Estate is a unique manor of 474.8 hectares near Ruds Vedby, Zealand, Denmark. The manor house is well-maintained and historically very interesting. The farming and the forestry constitute a good operating unit in addition to excellent hunting potentials and great natural values.

The manor house is well-maintained and historically interesting. Erected in 1540 and thereafter by the Rud-family as a three-winged building of two floors with crenellated end walls in gothic style – late-medieval times.
Vedbygaard Estate is a wonderful estate of 474 hectares and has a well-maintained and interesting manor house, productive forestry and farming and lovely natural areas.
 
The estate Vedbygaard has been owned by Valdemar Atterdag, Margrethe 1 of Denmark and Erik af Pommern. The latest owner, Charlotte Storck, handed over the estate to the Foundation Vedbygaard in 1917.
Vedbygaard is situated in the most beautiful surroundings near Hovsø (lake) in Ruds Vedby next to the church.
The great hall is tasteful and interesting with Italian inspired ceiling paintings from the 19th century.
Another well-maintained and beautiful high-ceilinged living room with great inflow of light.
The manor house is well-maintained – several renovations have been made through the 19th century by leading architects and latest in 1966.
Green atmosphere in the south facing patio.
The library is one of the many well-maintained rooms of the estate.
All rooms are well-maintained and presentable – here a conference room.
The application of the manor house for the latest 100 years is the reason for the estate being well-maintained today and with a private, homely atmosphere and historic touch.
During the 17th century the manor house of Vedbygaard was furnished with beautiful furniture made by the leading woodcutters. Today the furniture is to a great extent intact and contributes to the historic authenticity.
Like in a fairy tale the old historic manor house is situated in the beautiful park.
The manor house in gothic style – from late-medieval times has been renovated both inside and outside. Inside you will find fresco paintings from the 16th century and painted ceilings from the 19th century.
The park, including Hovsø, constitutes approx. 11 hectares of beautiful, connected lakes, stone bridges, solitary trees, voluptuous rhododendron and avenues of basswood and chestnut.
Next to the manor house is the Forpagterbolig (accommodation of the tenant), a few tenancies and the operating units.
The orangery was erected in 851 by H.B. Storck and restorated by local fireballs.
A modern sunroom was built in 1897 by architect Hans Jørgen Holm in connection with a comprehensive renovation.
Enemærket Skov (forest) is a lovely, well-maintained hardwood forest with high growth and an attractive volume of wood.
The farmland – approx. 230 hectares under plough – is situated north of the estate.
Beautiful, natural areas with a rich wildlife and good hunting potentials constitutes approx. 50 hectares.
A huge beech in Enemærke Skov (forest), which is a very productive forest with large areas of older hardwood forest and good infrastructure.
Vedbygaard was bequeathed to a foundation by Charlotte Storck, and for almost 100 years the foundation Vedbygaard Rekonvalescenthjem (convalescent home) has run the estate, alleviated and helped people to gain strength in very beautiful surroundings.
The estate Vedbygaard of approx. 474 hectares is situated as two operating units located on each side of Ruds Vedby. The manor house, park and farmland are situated in northwest, and Enemærket Skov is situated in the east. Additionally, some small moor plots are located south of Ruds Vedby.

 
Who is the seller?

This property is promoted by our danish colleagues at www.silvaestate.dk


 

Beskrivelse:

Vedbygaard Estate is situated near Hovsø (lake) and Ruds Vedby Kirke (church).

The manor Vedbygaard has been owned by Valdemar Atterdag (Danish king, 1340-1375) and Margrethe 1 of Denmark (Danish queen, 1351-1412), and the present manor - in gothic style and with three wings - from the 16th century is built in large mediaeval bricks and crenellated end walls. The manor appears in a good state of repair, has a strong historical expression, and will be very suitable as an attractive manor house for private use. The manor is situated in a park of 10 hectares with moat, lakes, older solitary trees and large, cohesive formations of the bush - rhododendron.

Approximately 230 hectares of Vedbygaard’s farmland are regular farmland under plough, approximately 170 hectares are productive forest with growing stock, and approximately 70 hectares are meadows, lakes, various natural areas and the large park.

It is possible to improve the attractive hunting potentials, since the combination of fields, coverts, fences and scrubs is the basis for a good hunt for pheasants, and in the forest the hunt is primarily for roe deer and an increasing stock of red deer.

For the latest 100 years, Vedbygaard has been a convalescent home run by the foundation Vedbygaard, and it appears as a private home with very attractive rooms, cosy living rooms and common rooms and has a sense of history and soul. Everything appears nicely and well-maintained. Vedbygaard Estate is offered for sale collectively, but negotiations can be made as regards selling-off of the forest. 
  
Take the flying tour around Vedbygaard (titles in danish):
 


Another stunning video of Vedbygaard Estate in the snow (titles in danish):
 

View our beautiful drone-images in high quality (click to enlarge):



Floor plans and maps (click to enlarge):

 Plantegning-vedbygaard-gods-1-1200Plantegning-vedbygaard-gods-2-1200
 

Dokumenter:
Kontaktoplysninger:

Interested? Contact:
 
Jesper Just Nielsen
T: +45 76 33 34 84
M: +45 21 36 56 96
E: jjn@silvaestate.dk

The manor house is well-maintained and historically interesting. Erected in 1540 and thereafter by the Rud-family as a three-winged building of two floors with crenellated end walls in gothic style – late-medieval times.
Vedbygaard Estate is a wonderful estate of 474 hectares and has a well-maintained and interesting manor house, productive forestry and farming and lovely natural areas.
 
The estate Vedbygaard has been owned by Valdemar Atterdag, Margrethe 1 of Denmark and Erik af Pommern. The latest owner, Charlotte Storck, handed over the estate to the Foundation Vedbygaard in 1917.
Vedbygaard is situated in the most beautiful surroundings near Hovsø (lake) in Ruds Vedby next to the church.
The great hall is tasteful and interesting with Italian inspired ceiling paintings from the 19th century.
Another well-maintained and beautiful high-ceilinged living room with great inflow of light.
The manor house is well-maintained – several renovations have been made through the 19th century by leading architects and latest in 1966.
Green atmosphere in the south facing patio.
The library is one of the many well-maintained rooms of the estate.
All rooms are well-maintained and presentable – here a conference room.
The application of the manor house for the latest 100 years is the reason for the estate being well-maintained today and with a private, homely atmosphere and historic touch.
During the 17th century the manor house of Vedbygaard was furnished with beautiful furniture made by the leading woodcutters. Today the furniture is to a great extent intact and contributes to the historic authenticity.
Like in a fairy tale the old historic manor house is situated in the beautiful park.
The manor house in gothic style – from late-medieval times has been renovated both inside and outside. Inside you will find fresco paintings from the 16th century and painted ceilings from the 19th century.
The park, including Hovsø, constitutes approx. 11 hectares of beautiful, connected lakes, stone bridges, solitary trees, voluptuous rhododendron and avenues of basswood and chestnut.
Next to the manor house is the Forpagterbolig (accommodation of the tenant), a few tenancies and the operating units.
The orangery was erected in 851 by H.B. Storck and restorated by local fireballs.
A modern sunroom was built in 1897 by architect Hans Jørgen Holm in connection with a comprehensive renovation.
Enemærket Skov (forest) is a lovely, well-maintained hardwood forest with high growth and an attractive volume of wood.
The farmland – approx. 230 hectares under plough – is situated north of the estate.
Beautiful, natural areas with a rich wildlife and good hunting potentials constitutes approx. 50 hectares.
A huge beech in Enemærke Skov (forest), which is a very productive forest with large areas of older hardwood forest and good infrastructure.
Vedbygaard was bequeathed to a foundation by Charlotte Storck, and for almost 100 years the foundation Vedbygaard Rekonvalescenthjem (convalescent home) has run the estate, alleviated and helped people to gain strength in very beautiful surroundings.
The estate Vedbygaard of approx. 474 hectares is situated as two operating units located on each side of Ruds Vedby. The manor house, park and farmland are situated in northwest, and Enemærket Skov is situated in the east. Additionally, some small moor plots are located south of Ruds Vedby.

 
Who is the seller?

This property is promoted by our danish colleagues at www.silvaestate.dk


 

View our beautiful drone-images in high quality (click to enlarge):



Floor plans and maps (click to enlarge):

 Plantegning-vedbygaard-gods-1-1200Plantegning-vedbygaard-gods-2-1200
 

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