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Known dane behind this year's most expensive households

'Who can afford it?' The question there are probably many people who ask themselves, when they see houses put up for sale for prices in the 30 to 40 million

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Known dane behind this year's most expensive households

'Who can afford it?'

The question there are probably many people who ask themselves, when they see houses put up for sale for prices in the 30 to 40 million kroners-class.

But when it comes to the most expensive house so far have been sold this year, the answer is quite unique: It has erhvervsmanden behind sportsmærket Hummel - Christian Stadil - as many of you probably also know from his space in the tv programme 'Lion's den'.

According to the just-secured households, it is in fact a company owned by the Stadil, who has paid 35,5 million. kr. for a property on Svanemøllevej on the border between Hellerup and Østerbro in Copenhagen.

Christian Stadil is the owner and ceo of Thornico, which includes over 120 companies, including Hummel. In addition, he is an author, lecturer and adjunct professor at CBS. Photo: Jacob Ehrbahn

For the price there is talk about the hitherto most expensive traded house in Denmark in 2019. It informs men study.dk

the House spreads over 916 square meters, with the possibility for both residential and commercial.

the house is a park-like garden, while on the warm side of the walls are stucco, fireplace, large steps and high panels.

Christian Stadil and the lady, Alice Brunsø. Photo: Bo Nymann/Ritzau Scanpix


Gentofte and Copenhagen Municipality are the two places in the country, where the houses in the first quarter went for the highest average per square meter.

Here are house buyers in 2019 namely paid respectively 47.554 and 42.099 dollars per. square meters.

Next comes the forstadskommuner as, Lyngby-Taarbæk, Gladsaxe and Rudersdal, where the year-now the second most expensive households took place at the Hotel in Vedbæk.

It is only a million and a half that separates the two trades - Vedbæk-the villa changed, namely the hands in the beginning of the year for 34 million.

See Denmark's most expensive houses for sale HERE.

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