The large south-facing lake property with 2 complete cabins offers accommodation for 2 families. The site at Telegrafberget has a wonderful and completely undisturbed view of Djupviken and Jungfrufjärden.
One cottage has a living room, kitchen with dining area, double bedroom 160 * 200 cm and a second bedroom with single bed 90 * 200 cm and bunk bed. Bathroom with separate toilet and shower. Glazed outdoor room with seating for 8-10 people. NOTE The TV lacks channels DVD and various movies are available.
The second cottage has a family room, kitchen with dining area and 3 bedrooms; one with double bed 160 * 200 cm and two with bunk beds.
The cottages are now being prepared to be let and will be updated a little before the summer. They have good functionality and maintain good standards in terms of cleanliness, but the interior is older and the weather-beaten exterior has maintenance needs that will not be addressed until after the summer.
The plot is about 3000 m2 and consists almost exclusively of mountains and trees. There is a small lawn in front of the big house.
There is a glassed-in patio that can seat 8-10 people when looking for wind or rain cover. There is also outdoor furniture on the dock deck for 10 persons.
NOTE. The house has its own well, important to be careful with the water consumption. Water quality can sometimes vary due to weather conditions.
The parking is at the top of a mountain (the "Telegraph Mountain") and the cabins are on the waterfront, so it's a relatively steep road to walk. A large part is a newly built wooden staircase that runs along the mountain, but also a somewhat sloping natural staircase that ends with a concrete staircase. It is possible to get down a stroller but then you should be two to be able to help lift in certain places. Going up is "good training". The plot is not toddler friendly as it mostly consists of mountains and is quite steep. The accommodation is not suitable for those who have difficulty walking.
At Smådalarö Gård (about 3 km) there is Smådalarö Krog - Brasserie & Bränneri Here you eat good, well-prepared food. From the tavern and the outdoor dining area you have fantastic views of beautiful Hemviken. Sometimes events and music are offered.
At Dalarö Gård there are also golf course 9 holes, kayaks and padel.
Dalarö is a unique area with an exciting history. In the mid-1800s, Dalarö got regular steamboat traffic with the capital and developed into a popular seaside resort for wealthy Stockholmers who had the chance to build beautiful summer villas. Here are many historical sites and picturesque and beautiful buildings to enjoy.
In Dalarö village (about 3.5 km) there are shops, cafes and outdoor restaurants, bakery, ice cream bar, delicatessen, vegetable shop. At the square there is a well-stocked grocery store (ICA). Down at the harbor (4 km), boats go to Utö and Huvudskär, as well as the car ferry to Ornö.
In Dalarö marina Askfatshamnen (about 3.5 km) there is a restaurant, mini golf, bicycle and kayak rental. And motorboat rental (Marindepån Dalarö).
About 5 km from the house is the Swiss bath with a wonderful shallow sandy beach. At this popular beach, the water is often warm. A long jetty leads into the water and at the beach there is a kiosk and toilets as well as a large parking lot.
About 10 minutes by car is Sandemars Nature Reserve at Sandemars Castle. The reserve is known for its rich bird life and is well-visited by birdwatchers, diverse agricultural landscapes, natural pastures, extensive meadows, orchids and king-bed lilies.
Distance Stockholm about 48 km (about 50 minutes by car), alt. commuter train to Haninge + bus 839.
Mandatory departure site SEK 1800
Bed linen and towels on request SEK 150 p.p.
Your own pets 300 SEK each/week after house owner's approval
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