Glomstua was designed by the architect Morten Anker Bache. This large and lovely detailed wooden building was planned to have features associated with a gentry's residence for that period - large parlours and space for the servants and governesses. A schoolroom was designed on the wings of the building, along with a room housing both pigs and hens. On the second storey there was a bathroom. The entire house has central heating. Radiators were installed when the house was built, operating on both coal and electricity. The lovely designed and detailed entrance is strongly influenced by the Neo-Baroque style.

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Glomstua