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Investor Øystein Stray Spetalen has sold a luxury apartment in Norefjell for NOK 27 million.

Investor Øystein Stray Spetalen has sold a luxury apartment in Norefjell for NOK 27 million.

Investor Øystein Stray Spetalen, 59, is trying to sell the apartment in Norefjelltunet in Viken before Easter last year, when it was announced. The apartment is spread over two floors and is located on top of Norefjelltunet.

After reducing the estimated price of four million kronor, from 30 to 26 million kroner, the apartment is now sold for 27 million kroner. The buyer is the heir to the property Mart Kristen Thorsen.

In Vin, the apartment is described as a “very nice penthouse” with, among other things, four bathrooms, two kitchens and seven bedrooms.

– rough i saw

Broker Morten Høegh at Sem & Johnsen sold the apartment to the investor.

Hoegh did not respond to DN inquiries on Friday, but confirmed this before capital The apartment was supplied with NOK 30 million in April of last year.

The apartment is the worst I’ve ever seen. I’ve seen a lot aftermarket at Norefjell for 25 years, he tells Kapital.

When the apartment was first put up for sale in April, he told Hoegh Capital that the highest price achieved for an apartment in Norefjell was just under NOK 20 million.

But in August, the price of Spetalen’s apartment was lowered by four million kroner.

– The seller and I agreed to get off something. The announcement was posted on Finn yesterday, and I’ve had some specific inquiries. Broker Høegh told DN in this regard that he looks very nice.

Last year, Spetalen also bought a luxury cabin in Norefjell for 41 million. Then said Hough E24 That cabin is the second most expensive in Norway through the ages and the most expensive sold in Norefjell.

18 years ago, Spetalen bought a property in Bygdøy in Oslo, where he now owns a giant luxury villa. In the fall of 2020, the municipality of Oslo demanded to stop Spetalen building plans in the beach area of ​​Bygdøy.

sought after cottage market

The buyer of the apartment in Norefjell is Marte Christine Thoresen (42) the daughter of a real estate billionaire. Aage Thoresen, who in 2019 set a mountain record With the purchase of a cottage yard in Geilo for 44 million NOK.

Dagens Næringsliv was in contact with Spetalen and Thoresen. None of them wanted to comment on the sale of the apartment.

Norefjell has always been a sought-after market for cottages. Here are the financial features Like Øystein Stray Spetalen, Bård Bjølgerud, Jan Petter Sissener and investor Celina Midelfart, they have also settled in in recent years.

Owner and investor Arne Blystad and his wife, attorney Marianne Heien Blystad, have for several years managed the property development in Norefjell with hotel brothers Christian and Roger Adolfsen. The Øvre Norefjellstua project, where the price of up to five apartments is between 17.5 and 18.3 millionIt was sold through their jointly owned company Norefjell Prosjektutvikling.

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