Welcome to Amaliegaarden

A unique opportunity for buying a very special home in Copenhagen’s oldest neighborhood now presents itself. It is now possible to acquire one of the historic flats in the more than 250-year-old building complex, Amaliegaarden.


From stately apartments to picturesque garden houses

Amaliegaarden is located at Amaliegade 23-25, just meters from Amalienborg Palace. The buildings were constructed between 1750 and 1787 and were most recently used by the state as administration buildings. The historic property will undergo an extensive renovation and

conversion into 35 luxurious condominiums in various sizes from 45 to 208 square meters. Amaliegaarden will include a variety of home types, from the large stately apartments in the front buildings with richly decorated interiors to the smaller apartments in the picturesque garden houses. All buildings in Amaliegaarden are listed and therefore the individual condominiums are not subject to property tax.



IS LOCATED ON amaliegade

 NO 23-25


Rococo, Baroque and neoclassicism

Amaliegade is part of Frederiksstaden, the district founded by King Frederik V in 1749. It was an era when the king, the nobility and wealthy merchants competed in erecting the most spectacular, massive edifices. At the very heart of Frederiksstaden lies Amalienborg, from which Amaliegade extends north along the majestic longitudinal axis. The buildings were subject to strict demands for architectural cohesion and the king’s royal architects, Lauritz de Thurah and Nicolai Eigtved, were

responsible for the planning and establishment of the new district. Two of Amaliegaarden’s three mansions were designed by these distinguished gentlemen in the Rococo and Baroque styles. The central mansion was

designed in the neoclassicist style by Joseph Guione.


An old botanical garden in the heart of the city

While Amaliegaarden’s façade appears elegant in its soft, sand-stone colours, the side wings and garden buildings are far more colourful. The walls have been washed in clear ochre colours, with black-tarred timber

framing. Every part of Ameliagade exudes a historic Copenhagen vibe with cobblestone streets, heavy herringbone-patterned gates and whitewashed paned windows. Rounding it all off is the green and lush former botanical garden, with its large lawns, fruit trees and

replanted medicinal plants.