The farm consists of a house, barn, smithy and both cultivated and uncultivated land; and the size is total around thousand acres. The oldest part of the house from the 1920s, and is built in a typical “Nordlandshus” style. The newer annex is from the 1970-80s.
The main house has been restored the last couple of years, and now holds 6 bedrooms with a total of 11 sleeping places. Two of the bedrooms have double beds of varying with, two rooms have two single beds, one room has a single bed and a shorter bed, and the last has a bed that can be modified to a single or a double bed. The house has a fully equipped kitchen, two living rooms, two bathrooms with toilets and showers, and with a washing machine. It also has two terraces facing north and south. The garden is located south of the house and has both a dining table and a grill.
Smia (the Smithy) is from around 1940 is newly restored, and is now offered as accommodation with a rustic style. The smithy has a total of 6 sleeping places in a large attic, and has a small kitchen and a bathroom. The main room can be converted for multiple activities for smaller groups, businesses, workouts etc. Smia can be rented separately from the rest of the farm.