Between the wild meadows of Flinkteskov nature reserve and rural pasture land, this revitalised summer house near Møn is a quiet sanctuary for unwinding and recharging.
The one-bedroom cabin was built in 1958 but was completely rebuilt and extended in 2018 to its current state, including its all-black timber exterior. While a striking aesthetic at first glance, it actually helps the shack blend into the landscape, which is a rich ecosystem, particularly for birdlife drawn to the coast.
Interiors are classic Scandi, bright and white with timbered ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass and French doors between spaces.
The Danish property is asking for 3.5m DKK via Adam Schnack and is wrapped in outdoor decking, with views over the meadow and water out towards Anker Engelund’s Queen Alexandrine’s Bridge. It’s also within walking distance of Ulvshale Skanse and the Ulvshale Strand – the most popular beach on Møn.