This converted farm in Denmark’s Zealand is a treasure trove both inside and out – it belongs to an antique dealer who has filled it with furniture and refashioned its ornamental gardens.
The neo-classical style country house dubbed Egholm Møllegård’ dates from 1877 and is located in Kirke Hyllinge. Since the farm closed, the Danish property’s current owners have refashioned its grounds with manicured hedges and lawns, a picturesque lake and orchards to create various botanical spaces. Meanwhile, its large barn and outbuildings have been put to work as showrooms for the antique business, housed beneath its rustic sloping room.
High ceilings and sedate Scandinavian colours typify rooms inside the Danish country mansion, dressed with antique furniture and brimming with bric-a-brac.
Adam Schnack is selling Egholm Møllegård for 19m DK, and there’s potential to run a business from the house, whether it’s a studio and workshops from its stables or turning it into a boutique country stay.
Peer inside this immersive cabinet of curiosities in the gallery above.