The B-Copenhagen House is a very generous home with a built-up area of 366 square meters and is located on a 1,607-square-meter plot of land.
Being the largest house built by Scandinavian Development, at this stage of the project, it is positioned next to the relaxation area of the complex and enjoys an incredible view.
The Copenhagen House is a smart and energy-efficient home, equipped with the most advanced systems in Europe: ventilated facade system, geothermal air conditioning system, heat recovery, ventilation and ventilation systems.
The home has 8 rooms, 5 bathrooms and kitchen, it is divided into 3 levels and structured as follows:
- Ground floor: kitchen (18,31 sqm), dining room (15,26 sqm), living room (64,62 sqm), office (14 sqm), bathroom (18,1 sqm)
- Floor: Bedroom 1 (17,5sqm), Dressing 1 (2,4sqm), Bathroom 1 (3,6sqm), Bedroom 2 (18,52sqm), dressing 2 (1,6sqm), Bathroom 2 (3,71sqm) bedroom 3 (14,31mp), dressing 3 (2,65mp), bathroom 3 (3,37mp), bedroom 4 (14,22mp), dressing 4 (2,7mp), bathroom 4 (4mp) 52sqm), terrace (55.42mp).
- Attic: open space (40sqm).
The houses developed by Scandinavian Development are taught fully finished, with kitchens and baths mobility and utility, using the highest quality products (marble, granite, ceramic, limestone, parquet) in the idea of turning your home into an extremely home welcoming and harmonious.
The Scandinavian Community has countless facilities, the possibility to carry out various activities within the complex, privacy and safety.
The residents of the complex will have permanent access to the pool, barbeque area, sports field, and outdoor sauna, outdoor jacuzzi and Snagov Lake.
The Scandinavian village is secured, video-monitored, gardener-owned, staffed for pool maintenance and common areas, security services.
The cost of the Copenhagen House is 650,000 euros
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Houses embraced by nature
The houses are impressive not only by their energy efficiency and architectural qualities, but also by the way they are embraced by nature. Scandinavian Village suggests three types of houses extremely spacious and illuminating, built on generous lots of land.