A lovely cottage !
A former model from Germany, we will call her Monica, traveled around the world.
After years on the move, she decided to settle down with her family in this lovely cottage inspired by a fairy tale.
Monica moved into a 200-year-old cottage in northern Germany, near the Denmark border, to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and fashion industry.
The cottage has brick walls with climbing ivy, a thatched roof, and is surrounded by lush forests and colorful gardens. It’s easy to see why Monica was drawn to this dreamy countryside cottage!
It only remains for me to wish you a good visit!
Even though the house is 200 years old, it has all the modern comforts and amenities that Monica might need. The interior of the house is full of rustic charm and antique accents.
The small dining room has a table for four people with a chandelier and armoire. The grandfather clock and elegant touches such as the flowers and crystal candle holders make the room look like it could belong in a royal palace.
Monica's kitchen mixes the past with the present. The kitchen has a very antique and vintage atmosphere, while modern appliances, such as a dishwasher, oven and stove and a compact washing machine, remind us that we are into the 21st century.
Now that Monica does not travel all around the world, she can relax with a cup of coffee and a good book in the small seating area.
The bathroom is just after the stairs. We will have to imagine the rest because we do not have the photos. Monica does not share all the photos of her house with us and we can understand.
The children's room is upstairs. The sleeping loft has two twin beds with antique headboards, a small desk and a bookshelf made from apple crates.
The drastically-pitched roof provides plenty of headroom, a feature that is not commonly found in attics (sleeping lofts).
The outdoor space of the centuries-old cottage has a dining area for al fresco dining.
Monica and her family can open up the French doors and enjoy a good meal on this beautiful terrace.
Here is the end of our visit. What do you think of the interior of this 200 year old cottage? Would you like to live in such a house? Looks like we're back in time, right?