Tuengen Allé 1

Tuengen Allé 1 consists of 15 exclusive apartments in three buildings facing an inner courtyard with excellent sunlight conditions. The three buildings are located in a residential street in Vinderen in Oslo, where most of the buildings were built in the 1920s and 30s. The project was designed in its entirety by architect Niels Torp, and includes an underground garage facility with 28 parking spaces, lift access to the apartment level, private gardens and roof terraces, as well as the use of exclusive materials and suppliers.

The project was completed in 2021 and has been put up for sale. More information about the apartments can be found her.

All apartments have an exclusive standard with SieMatic kitchens, recessed downlights, single-board oak parquet flooring with underfloor heating, large Schüco windows, private garden or roof terrace, and good floor plans. There is lift access from the underground garage to the apartment level, as well as a nicely landscaped inner courtyard with internal roads.

The site was originally divided into two properties, one of which was Queen Sonja's childhood home. When preparing the site for the project, Queen Sonja's childhood home was donated to Maihaugen Open Air Museum in an extensive relocation process. The building can be visited in its entirety at Maihaugen Open Air Museum in Lillehammer.