The landscape surrounding the Danish fishing village of Agger is characterized by water, beaches, dunes and heathlands. The Light House is situated only 650 meters from the North Sea coast, opposite a small lake.
The building is composed of two very different structures: a horizontal pent roof house, with broad windows and Douglas fir panelling, and a vertical slate-roofed A-shaped house. In the pent roof house, with its open, transparent design, you will find an open living, dining and cooking area, a bedroom and a bathroom. Here you will always feel close to nature – even from the bathtub you can enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding dune landscape. The pointed roof house features two more bedrooms, a bathroom and a gallery under the gable. This room, with sleeping space for 2 children, offers panoramic views over the Flade Lake, across the dunes, and out to the Lodberg Lighthouse.
What to do
Trekking in the Thy National Park, long beach walks, mountain bike tours, cycling, horseback riding, mushrooming in the woods, kitesurfing, standup paddleboarding, windsurfing, kayaking, sea and fjord fishing, oyster gathering (in the winter season), wellness, the Jesperhus Blomsterpark amusement park, Legoland, the Nordsø Akvariet aquarium, day trips to Aarhus and Aalborg.
Why we like this house
An elegant version of the Scandinavian holiday home - spacious, light-flooded rooms in a modern Nordic design, surrounded by nature.
This house is great for
Holidays with families or friends, also fantastic for couples.
Søren Sarup (born 1975) lives in Aarhus and Agger. The independent Danish architect works professionally in the planning and design of all building types, from summerhouses to multi-story buildings.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DK – Denmark, Agger
Name: Light House
Scenery: North Sea
Number of guests: max. 6 adults and 2 kids
Design: Søren Sarup, PURAS Architects, DK-Århus
Published: Haus & Bauen Extra 2018