Are you one of those danes that have been sitting way out on the edge of the chair and had a hard time putting one of Anders Bodelsens thrillers away, before you found out what it ends with.
Whether it is a bank robbery, a fatal traffic accident or a critical gidselsituation - the award-winning author has a grip on to put some framework for the characters in his books.
the More peaceful it is, in the author's domestic framework in the house on a closed road in a residential neighborhood in Ordrup, north of Copenhagen. A house, which has just come to the sale.
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The 139 square metre can still be seen villa has been in the 'Think of a Number'-the author's hands since 2007, when he bought it with his wife Eva Bodelsen.
And speaking of numbers: at the time cost the villa from 1953 the pair 11.9 million dollars, but now almost thirteen years after the can you buy forfatterhjemmet for 10.295.000 crowns.
Anders Bodelsens house can now be yours. Photo: Niels Hougaard
the House has four rooms and an open stuemiljø with the ceiling according to the sales literature from Home Perth.
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the Vast majority of Anders Bodelsens novels appeared in the 60’s, 70's and 80’s, but the winner of The Golden Laurels, released after twelve years of pause, the short story collection 'Hot Air' in 2009 - two years after he moved into the house on the Bindebøllsvej.
since then, house prices have risen steadily in the greater copenhagen town of Charlottenlund, where forfatterhjemmet is. It shows the number of men study.dk.
In 2019, the had instance, the country's second-highest home prices; the buyers gave an average of 58.179 dollars per. square feet for the villas in the area - which is almost 6,4 million dollars for an average house of 110 square meters.
It is only surpassed by the area of Østerbro in Copenhagen, where the buyers gave 59.674 crowns and on the other side of the 6.5 million for an average house of similar size.
If you need to buy the author's house - not far from the Dyrehaven and forlystelseshaven the Hill - you need to pay just over 74,000 dollars per. square meters.
Several of Anders Bodelsen books have been made into films: Including 'Think of a number', 'Guldregn' and 'Operation Cobra'. In addition to his writing, he has also written tv and film reviews, Information and Politiken in a number of years.
Bodelsen was in 1975, married with Eva Bodelsen, who passed away last year. Together, the couple has two daughters and several grandchildren.
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