In August last year, music couple Heine Totland, 52, and Celje Nergaard, 56, could say they chose to go their separate ways, after 24 years as husband and wife.
Both shared the news via Instagram’s story function.
“After many wonderful years together, we have agreed to separate as a couple. Thankfully, we will continue to be present in each other’s lives as good friends, parents, and partners. We are both happy about it,” they wrote at the time.
Now Totland can reveal that their shared home has been sold. He did so in an Instagram post.
“Then the day came. It is with great sadness that our charming house, garden, verandahs and wonderful views are for sale,” he writes under the photo.
Totland told Se og Hør that although it was sad to have to move, he would be fine.
– We’ve lived here for 16 years, and it’s an absolutely amazing place. A bit quirky, artsy house. It is strange to move, but the time has come. It will be very interesting. A new adventure.
The home, which is located at the end of a terraced house, is priced at NOK 16 million.
According to the property’s advertisement, the home enjoys an unobtrusive location with fjord views, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
The listed house is located in Biklagit, Oslo and was built in 1928.
The former couple married in 1998 and have three children Earl, Carla, and Jonah together.
They both have long music careers to look back on.
Totland played, among other things, in the musical “Mamma Mia”, participated in the Melodi Grand Prix, and was seen in “Farmen Kjendis” on TV2 – where he came in fourth place.
Nergaard, on the other hand, is a featured artist known for songs like “Tell Me Where You’re Going” and “Still Be My Heart”.
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