Ervika, 9402 Harstad
Ervika Farm is situated in rural surroundings in Bergsvågen, north of Harstad. The site lies on a raised area in the terrain, its front side facing south-east and down towards the sea. The house is a Nordland mid-hallway house, with a living room on either side of a hallway situated in the middle of the width of the house. The house is built of cog-jointed timbers and is two storeys high. The roof is tiled with slates and the exterior cladding of the house comprises vertical panelling. The small-paned windows have red-painted surrounds that stand out in contrast to the light grey colour of the rest of the house.

The building was preserved in 1942.

Year of construction

First half of the nineteenth century

Client

Andreas Peter Killengreen

Building Type

House
farm site

Construction System / Materials

Notched log construction
timberwork
tiles

Keywords

house
farm site
Notched log construction
timberwork
tiles
vertical boarding

Literature

Lysaker, Trygve: Trondenes Bygdebok, vol. 3 pp 213-226, Trondheim 1974

Svendsen, Ola Ø., Fredede hus og anlegg 1, Finnmark, Troms, Nordland, Oslo 1981, pp. 40-41

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