In Tjuvholmen in Oslo, the average wealth per capita is around NOK 3.1 million, and many of Norway’s richest homes are on the edge of the sea. The neighborhood, which has an average income 172 percent higher than the rest of the capital, also has the nation’s most expensive housing turnover ever.
Now football professional Harvard Nordtveit and his wife Anna Berg Nordtveit are trying to get a place in the first list. The two made several purchases and sales in Tjuvholmen with good profits, with the last flat being taken over in December and already being put up for sale again.
The luxury apartment was bought from Emil Eriksrød for NOK 76 million in November and is now listed for NOK 90 million.
Eriksrød paid NOK 50 million for the 305 square meter crawl space three years ago, and with that he has collected NOK 26 million more than the original purchase price.
If he sells Nordtveit at the valuation price, he smells a potential profit of NOK 14 million.
The luxury apartment, located at the far end of Tjuvholmen, with a view on the full approach to Oslo and Akershus Castle, is being sold with all furnishings. Furniture, decor and art come with the purchase, including Edvard Munch’s “Vampire” worth five million kroner.
If Nordtveit gets its way, the apartment in Dyna Brygge 5 will be priced at NOK 300,000 per square metre. can give New square meter price record in Nordic countries, according to Finansavisenwho mentioned the situation first.
Dag Rune Kristiansen, broker and partner at newly started real estate brokerage Belèven, is responsible for the sale.
Together with Anders Kvernberg and Joacim Johansen, he took the entire Tjuvholmen office from Privatmegleren, and started a new estate agency service of the most exclusive type.
Christiansen has long held a 60 percent market share in Tjuvholmen, which has about 911 homes with a suggested price well above the national average.
The majority of home sales here take place away from Finn.no, and you won’t find Belèven properties for sale there either.
We will not have posters and banners displayed. We also don’t want this to be the case where you can book a viewing in person. We’ve built a great, well-heeled team that challenges everything traditional. We will do it in a completely new way.
Tjuvholmen lives his own life. Those who live here, Christiansen says, are not affected by higher interest rates.
For Privatmegleren, the investment means the chain will lose one of its most prestigious offices.
Pinball on Tjuvholmen
This is not the first time that the former national team player has made good money on real estate investments in Tjuvholmen. earlier this year Nordtveit and his wife sold an apartment of 171 square meters in the next buildingKavringen Brygge 6 for NOK 48 million.
the couple She bought the apartment for NOK 36.5 million in March last year. This means that the former national team player collected NOK 11.5 million on the apartment after a year and a half.
According to what DN has learned, one of Norway’s richest foreigners was Viking Cruises founder and chairman Torstein Hagen (79), who secured the apartment, which In October, Oslo Property Holding Limited registered in the Cayman Islands was registered.
Colorline owner Olav Nils Sunde also owns a large apartment on the top three floors of the building. He gave a whopping NOK 236.5 million for the roughly 1,200 square meter apartment in 2013, which will remain the most expensive housing deal in this country.
– You made deals
In 2021, Nordtveit and his wife also sold an apartment in Tjuvholmen for NOK 28.5 million, after paying NOK 23 million barely a year earlier.
Good buys and better sales drive us. Nordtveit told DN at the time that the simple, Arab footballers from Haugesund would probably fit just as well into Tjuvholmen as the Exit guys.
The Haugesenders are often referred to as Arabs, and it is assumed that they originated from the age of seafaring.
Nordtveit has over 50 caps for the Norway national team and has played for clubs such as Arsenal and West Ham. The 32-year-old left German club Hoffenheim earlier this year.
Buying a penthouse for 70 million
While Nordtveit is trying to sell at a profit of millions, businessman Bjørn Erling Knappskog recently bought the most expensive apartment in Sommerrokvartalet on Solli plass in Oslo. The price of the apartment was NOK 70 million.
It was E24 Whoever mentioned it first.
Knappskog is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the family-owned business and industrial group Pemco Holding AS. The group’s head office is located on Solli plass.
The penthouse of 277 sqm is located on top of the building and has a balcony of 56 sqm, a roof terrace of 41 sqm and a garden of 38 sqm.
Consisting of a total of 56 apartments, the Sommerrokvartalet housing project is a collaboration between Aspelin Ramm Eiendom and Strawberry Brothers. The latter company is owned by Petter Stordalen and the Varner family.
The hotel consists of 231 rooms and suites. The average renovation price was over ten million kroner per room and is probably a Norwegian record. The hotel also features six restaurants, a fitness center, a rooftop pool, and much more.
The second most expensive
The country’s second most expensive housing deal of all is a gigantic villa at the far end of Bygdøy – which is home to many of Norway’s richest people. In 2020, Christine and Thor Johan Voorholmen sold their giant villa to the founder of the alarm sector, Jürgen Dahl. For NOK 225 millionwhich is the record for a detached house in this country.
In December last year, it became known that investor Christian Sauer (53) He sold the luxury home in Snarøya In Byrum, but the turnover was recorded only in December this year. It was found there that real estate investor Christian Böckmann Tunnold and his wife Camilla Tunnold had bought the property for NOK 110 million.
The property is located in Strømstangveien in Snarøya where, among others, investor Fredrik Halvorsen has secured several properties On the waterfront for NOK 158 million.
Sell moving abroad
Recently, a number of those moving to Switzerland have sold their luxury homes in Norway, or passed them on to their children or ex-wives.
Among other things, Kjell Inge Røkke transferred the enormous mansion at Konglungen in Asker to his ex-wife Anne Grete Eidsvig as a gift, a house estimated to have cost at least half a billion kroner.
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Investor Odd Johnny Winge, who has announced his move to Switzerland, sold his newly built Bygdøy villa to his estranged wife Tove Fagerdal for NOK 100 million this fall with Illuminati as the seller. Winge owns the company, while Fagerdal is listed as a member of Illuminati’s board of directors.
The wing has previously oNotify the DN that the home transaction is part of the chapter settlement, and therefore not a sale. According to Winge, he passed the house on to his estranged wife for free, and it was he who took out the NOK 100 million loan.
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