Langedamsgård is located in the western part of Zealand on Røsnæs in a very scenic area. The associated land of a total of 72.6 hectares is organically grown plant production with the land close to the property, the predominant part of the land being JB 4 and 6.
The property's land goes directly down to the beach towards the bay of Sejerob and large parts of the land laid out for hunting with 3 bogs, remotes and meadow areas, which are extremely good hunting on the property with both ducks, geese, raw game and roaming wild game.
The lengths of the property form a large enclosed courtyard with peace and idyll. The farmhouse was built in 1855 and is 284m2 with an unused roof of 195m2, so it is possible to get even more m2 of living space for the large family. The house is furnished with entrance. Bedroom with closet wall. Living and dining room. Bathroom from 2019 with underfloor heating. Large kitchen with dining area. 3 rooms. Large utility room, as well as important room / space available. Hallway with roof access. There is direct access from the house to the garage with available space.
There is access to the house basement from the outside where pellet stove is installed.
Building 2 is a former barn building with garage area and this building has previously been furnished with less housing and can be arranged for the same purpose through, but requires approval for living space by the municipality of Kalundborg.
Building 3 is a former barn building used exclusively for storage.
Building 4 is a barn building with a wagon gate for grain storage.
Building 5 is a former pig barn from 1974 and with a gable gate.
Building 6 is a 295m2 engine house built in 1979.