Location: (271 33  YSTAD)
Location Visit: 23.06.2012
Location Visit: 16.08.2013
Location Visit: 13.05.2014
Location Visit: 30.06.2015
Notes: This was the first filming location of the first series, commencing 14.04.2008. At the time of my first visit in 2012 the property was undergoing extensive restoration work. My second visit in 2013 shows there is still much to do. Visiting in 2014 shows some small progress. My 2015 visit shows that nearly everything is complete. Further visit required for internal shots.

Scene 20 
1. Access from road. Note front porch behind Kurt's Volvo.

2. This, therefore, must be the back door.

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2a. Stripped of all exterior surfaces and steps.

3. Inside the kitchen.

4. Slightly different angle.

5. Lounge.

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5a. The lounge windows from outside.
2014 update: these 3 windows have now been replaced by full-length folding glass doors. Shame.

6. Reversing back out to the road. Garage in background.

6a. As was around time of filming.
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6b. The same building but no longer a garage.

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7. From the Ystads Allehanda article (in Swedish) about the filming (dated 14.04.2008).
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7a. Similar view showing extent of renovation.
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7b. The work continues.

©2014 Ian S. Bolton
7c. And still. But now occupied.

8. From the road, facing east.
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8a. Renovation.
9. The front garden, facing south-east.
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9a. Renovation.

©2014 Ian S. Bolton
9b. Continues.
10. The side elevation, facing north. The ground floor windows are in Lars Magnusson's lounge (see images 5 and 5a above). Note the 'filled-in' middle panel.

11. Front quarter view, facing north-east.

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11a. Similar angle. Renovation.
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11b. Renovation continues.

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11c. And still.

12. From the pavement, facing south-east. Grey board above red cement. Kurt parked his Volvo along this driveway (just like the car in the image) and later reversed out of it.

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12a. Renovation.

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12b. Continues.

13. The rear of the property, facing north-west. More board and cement clinched it. Kurt climbed the steps (bottom right) to access Lars Magnusson's kitchen (behind the lower 3 windows).

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13a. Lower 3 windows under renovation.

(The information below was translated from pages 3 and 4 of an article no longer available on www.ystad.se. It was obviously dated before the current renovation works commenced.)

Built: 1934 (Rebuilt 1962)
Architect: Sture Westberg (Sven Johansson 1962)
Number of floors: 2
Base; Grey (reddish) concrete
Walls: Grey fibre-cement tiles
Roof: flat roofs
Details: Brown all over windows, narrow and tall. Brown teak door with a pattern of squares. South-facing patio upstairs, where the wall is covered with red fish scale-pattern tiles. Canopy on pillars above the entrance. Completely overgrown with Virginia creeper.
Genuine funk ishus (ice house), façade sadly in decline.

Designed: 1934 (not built until 1936)
Architect: Sture Westberg
Walls: White stucco
Roof: Flat roof, black paperboard
Details: Brown 2-pane window. Brown painted masonite garage door.
Certain value as contemporary complement to the house. 

IMAGE SOURCE: BBC DVD; ystad.se; Bass Nilsson; Ian S. Bolton
INFORMATION: ystad.se; Ystads Allehanda