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LEGO-heir renovates the ghost castle

It is said that it haunts on funen Skovsbo Goods, as the 41-year-old LEGO-heir of Thomas Kirk Kristiansen bought in cash for 80 million earlier in the year.

the Estate behave Erik Hardenberg and his wife, Anne Rønnow, lost six children of their ten children, and of the four surviving daughters became the two insane.

Anne Rønnow, although there were moderløs, died in 1609, shortly after she got the local knowledge Skovsbo-the crucifix, and rumor has it that she to this day goes again to the goods.

the Crucifix has several times been under renovation due to vandalism. Photo: Lars Skaaning

Thomas kirk's Kristiansens godsejerdrømme is no joke.

For rigmanden money is not in short supply, and in the background, he has initiated a large-scale renovation of the estate and a restructuring of the soils.

According to the New York times he will bring 8-10 hestefolde, a 7,000-square meter lake, apartments and office, a riding stables, a riding arena, a garage, a new stendige and a new forest.

the load Itself, which is currently decorated with scaffolding along the façade, will also apparently an overhaul.

Since the building is listed, pay Thomas Kirk Kristiansen no property tax, just as he can receive funding for its renovations. Photo: PR

That is far to the nearest neighbors, so it will be harder for Thomas Kirk Kristiansen to initiate a nabostrid this time.

When Thomas Kirk Kristiansen would erect a two metre high boundary wall around his liebhavervilla in Kerteminde 10-minute drive from the estate, he made himself furious falling out with the neighbor:

’We find it deeply unsatisfactory, to be built in a wall which does not follow the drawings we have approved, and we find it utterly reprehensible that the wall is built in conflict with the byggereglementet’.

’We will easily get the suspicion that when only the wall IS built (against the rules), yes, you will get only the exemption and the permissions afterwards’, wrote the neighbor a hearing.

Kerteminde Municipality still gave Thomas Kirk Kristiansen the green light to build the wall, as well as a bike shed and a 38 square meters lifthus with car elevator to the parking garage.

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