Only the celler and foundations survive of the first Sorgenfri House, which was built in 1705 to design by François Dieussart.
The current house was built in 1756 by Lauritz de Thurah and later adapted and extended by Peter Meyn in the 1790s.
Connections to Copenhagen improved even more with the opening of the Coast Line in 1884 even if trevallers to and from Taarbæk still had to use Klampenborg station. In 1909, the civil parisk of Lyngby was renamed Lyngby-Taarbæk in recognition of the growing importance of the new coastal district. The hotel was demolished in 1936 and the inn was demolished in 1940 as Yaarbæk changed from a quiet resort town to a modern suburb. The third surviving building, a two-story, wooden building, is located at Tårbæk Strandvej 82.
All three were designed by Michael Gottlieb Bindesbøll and are listed.
It was originally called Thorsbæk, meaning Thor's Stream, a reference to a local stream.The central wing contained a banquet hall with double high cailings.Passage between the two residential side wings was therefore only possible at the ground floor. His son, Crown Prince Frederick, the later King Frederick V, used it as summer residence from 1742.The building was refurbished by Lauritz de Thurah who also constructed new stables and a new wing for the gentlemen of the Court.After his ascend to the throne in 1747, Frederick V gave the property to his aunt, Sophie Caroline, Dowager Princess of East Frisia.
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She demolished it and charged Lauritzde Thurah with the construction of a new house on the foundations of the old one. In 1766, Sorgenfri was ceded to the 12-year-old Prince Frederick, the half-brother of Christian VII of Denmark.In 1769, he sold the property to Jean Henri Desmercières.It was adapted to the English Romantic style in the late 1790s and early 1899s and contains several small buildings. kostenlose singleseite Bremerhaven Christian X used it as a summer residence and it has later been part of it let out to relatives of the royal family. Sorgenfri Palace is located at the site of a medieval settlement, Mølletorp, which was owned by the Bishopric of Roskilde but confiscated by the crown during the Reformation in the 1530s.The village had no harbor, the fishing boats were pulled up on the beach.
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