Tullesbo has its origins in the Middle Ages and is first mentioned in a document in the middle of the 14th century. The beautiful Rococo palace was designed by Jean Eric Rehn, one of the most noted architects of the 18th century. The palace has been part of the Överdskloster fee tail estate since 1850 but has been owned by the Ramel family from 1753 to 2006. Between 2006 and 2014, the owner mproved the palace and its grounds in a most meticulous manner. Tullesbo is best known for its beautiful architecture, which served as the ideal for its period. The current owner has managed the property very well and has also constructed a new building in the western part of the park grounds. Next to the park, a large garden and orchard was planted four years ago for the cultivation of apples, pears, plums, cherries and berry bushes. The property today has an area of about 15.8, with the palace building, two wing buildings, a newly-built annex with an area of 350 m2, a pool section with an indoor pool and orangery, as well as storage and garage buildings.
The palace building.
Living space of 480 m2 with a cellar and attic floor area of 350 m2.
Entrance level: Main entrance from the north with a large hall, original chequered limestone floor and whitewashed walls. This area also has both a large closet here for hanging coats, as well as a fully-tiled guest lavatory. French doors lead into a beautiful oval salon with large windows and a door out to the park grounds. A beautiful fireplace and a tiled stove as well as gilded panel makes this a truly magnificent salon. The next room is a large dining room, which also as a beautiful tiled stove with a gilded panel, wall panels and a plank floor with a painted frieze. Facing the park, there is an additional salon, this one with gilded wall panels, a tiled stove and a plank floor. Next to it is the cabinet room with gilded wall panels, a tiled stove and a plank floor with a limestone frieze and a door out to the pool area. There is an office and library room with built-in cabinets and bookcases located in a row with the cabinet room. The kitchen is located in the eastern part of the house and has its own entrance. It is fully equipped with grey-glazed oak cabinetry as well as a limestone counter. Appliances by Gaggenau. There is an eating area that seats 8-10 persons and has a built-in corner sofa. Next to the kitchen is a pantry built in the same style as the kitchen, with a coffeemaker, sink, cabinets and stacking areas.
A large beautiful original limestone staircase with lierne vaults in the ceiling leads up to the second level. White-soaped plank floors in the oblong hall bring us to all the rooms of the upper floor, all of which have plank floors and wall panels. There is a living room with a bay window, a tiled stove and wall panels. Two of the four bedrooms enjoy a view of the park, as well as tiled stoves, plank floors and wall panels. There are also two large fully-tiled bathrooms, the first of which has a steam bath bathtub and shower, and the second has a shower. At the end of the corridor is a laundry and clothing care room with a Miele washer-dryer.
The cellar has two banqueting rooms with a hand-made brick floor, fireplace and lovely ceiling vaults. There is a boiler room with a geothermal pump, a cold food cellar, and a section that previously consisted of a sauna and two lavatories.
Each wing has a living area of 210 m2, as well as 150 m2 of unfinished loft space.
The east wing was completely renovated in 2007 and has four bedrooms, a modern kitchen with shale flooring (heating) and a dining room, as well as a large living room with a wood-burning stove, and a fully-tiled bathroom with subfloor heating, and a guest lavatory
The west wing was completely renovated in 2008 and has a large Canadian kitchen with green-glazed wooden cabinets, a bathroom, guest lavatory, as well as six to eight bedrooms. This wing, too, has subfloor heading in the corridor, as well as a bathroom/lavatory.