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      Luxury Homes for Sale in Norway

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      Real estate for sale: modern and historic houses, luxury cabins, and more

      Luxury Homes for Sale in Norway - FAQ

      Find your dream home for sale in Norway

      There are currently 32 luxury homes for sale in Norway on JamesEdition. JamesEdition can help you find the home that match all the preferences for your dream home. Use filters and narrow your search by price, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and amenities to find homes that fit your criteria. Click on listings to see photos, amenities, price and much more.

      The average price of a home in Norway is 1,868,239 USD, and range in price between 603,313 USD and 8,638,008 USD. The most popular property types are Apartment (10 listings) and Chalet (10 listings).

      On JamesEdition you can find luxury homes in Norway of any size between 2 and 8 bedrooms with an average of 190 ㎡ in size.

      Popular locations in Norway that also could be worth exploring are Oslo, Favang, Bekkelaget, Gressvik and Sandane.

      Remember to save your search to receive email alerts when new listings that fit your criteria hit the market, and as you find homes that you love, you can save them to receive status change alerts.

      Looking for your dream home in Norway?
      Discover the definitive selection of the country's best modern and historic houses, luxury log cabins and mountiain chalets

      Norway is globally known for its high living standards. The country has been continuously ranked as the best place to live according to the annual United Nations Human Development Reports. It’s no wonder Norway’s real estate attracts great attention from affluent foreign buyers.

      In this article, we give you an overview of the best locations to buy a house in Norway, from well-known spots like Oslo, Bergen, Haugesund, Alesund, Tromso or Geilo to the towns of Northern Norway.

      Real Estate in the Western Coast: Bergen, Flam, Alesund, Olden, Haugesund, Stavanger, Trondheim

      Welcome to the home of the fjord. Bergen is the most well-known and sought-after location but the towns of Haugesund and Stavanger located 100-150 km (60-90 mi) south of Bergen can offer equally beautiful views and attractive housing choices.

      Alesund (a beautiful city surrounded by the fjords) and Trondheim (Norway's capital of technology) are situated 400 km (250 mi) and 700 km (430 mi) north of Bergen. These are While, Flam and Olden are small towns in proximity to Bergen and Alesund with more beneficial property prices.

      Property in Norwegian Mountains: Geilo, Hemsedal, Trysil, Lillehammer, Hafjell

      Norwegian mountains (also known as “the Scandinavian Alps”) offer world-class ski resorts but can also be an excellent year-round outdoor playground for all ages with its fine dining restaurants, spas and wellness facilities. Mountain cottages and chalets are the most popular choices amongst European buyers.

      Property in Southern Norway: Kristiansand

      The Norwegian sunshine coast sees extreme temperatures, where the highest summer temperatures reach 25-30°C (75-85°F) in July but can drop as low as -15°C (5°F) in January. Foreigners buy villas and farm houses in the region to have a perfect starting point for outdoor adventures such as boating, hiking, fishing, swimming in the summer and skiing or skating in the winter months.

      Buying a house in Eastern Norway: Oslo, Drammen

      Eastern Norway is the most populated part of the country with Oslo and Drammen as well-known destinations for tourists and foreign real estate buyers alike. The real estate market offers a diverse property choice including traditional red-painted homes, English style homes, modern villas, and historic old town properties.

      Buying a house in Northern Norway: Tromso, Bodo

      This region is popular among buyers in the quest for adventures and the “living in nature” lifestyle. Country homes and log cabins in the area perfectly fit into the strikingly beautiful, one-of-a-kind scenery of the Arctic Circle.