The embellishment details that were incorporated into the building in 1905 served as a pattern for the later developments. These were in a national timber style typical of its time, characterized by timber building traditions from Østlandet. In the relatively simply formulated house, the character of its style is first and foremost marked by the profiled beitski [planking used to frame a door or window and support log ends] that divided up the matching windows in the long walls, and by the vertical sides of the log ends on each side of the windows. The finely formed stanchions, marking the entrances and support the collared-out area of the second floor, were added in 1914.

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