Rustic, snug and unique – Anno 2010

You will find Stora Rullingen's exclusive, newly built villa, measuring 230 square metres, in a protected site set against the backdrop of beautiful forest. The house is made using sturdy timber taken from the island's own trees – and takes us back to former Scandinavian construction traditions. A long row of carefully planned details help to create a rare living environment unlike any other.

Solid materials

Inside, you are met by a light and airy layout where wood, ceramic, stone and glass have combined to form an attractive unity. The living room is spacious and fits seamlessly with the kitchen area's many practical and stylish solutions. Between the dining room and the living room is a wood burning fireplace – whilst the balcony outside features superb barbecuing facilities.

Plenty of bedrooms and opportunities to relax

A little further in, in the next building section, lie 2–4 comfortable bedrooms, as well as two sleeping lofts. The bedrooms are completed with en suite, fully tiled bathrooms. The terrace holds a south facing Jacuzzi and a large swimming pool, where the bedrock dramatically rises from the bottom of the pool up its sides.

Large stocks of timber from the island's trees

Other pleasant details include the elegant stone finish around the fireplaces, the wood details made from trunks up to 80 cm in diameter, a glass staircase, an environmentally friendly and energy effective heat pump, as well as under floor heating in every room.

Prepared for propeller airplanes, helicopters, riding, golf and other activities

The villa is surrounded by an extensive, well planned lawn measuring around 25,000 square metres, which is in turn bordered by beautiful deciduous forest. The lawn is big enough to allow propeller planes and helicopters to land, as well as various riding games, football, tennis and golf practice (with six tee-off areas). There is a wood chips jogging path that runs right around the lawn, measuring around 1.5 kilometres.


A wooden house built in 2010 using timber from Stora Rullingen
The logs are up to 80 cm in diameter
230 square metres of built area
Living room
2-4 bedrooms
9 glass entrances
Surrounded by approximately 450 square metres of thick plank decking supported by oak beams
Suitable for users of wheelchairs and others with mobility disabilities
Secluded, private location
All mod cons
Jacuzzi with built-in lighting
Swimming pool
Drinking water supplied from a drilled well
Waste treatment plant
Energy efficient and environmentally friendly heating using a heat pump
New electricity feed with a capacity of 126 Amp (previously 63 Amp)
Good mobile phone coverage over the entire island