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    oil heater
  • heater that burns oil (as kerosine) for heating or cooking
  • An oil heater, also often known as a column heater, is a common form of convection heater used in domestic heating.
    sale
  • The exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something
  • A quantity or amount sold
  • The activity or business of selling products
  • the general activity of selling; "they tried to boost sales"; "laws limit the sale of handguns"
  • an occasion (usually brief) for buying at specially reduced prices; "they held a sale to reduce their inventory"; "I got some great bargains at their annual sale"
  • a particular instance of selling; "he has just made his first sale"; "they had to complete the sale before the banks closed"

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Lindarbakki, a restored, century-old turf house, now a holiday home.

The house Lindarbakki belongs to Elisaber Sveinsdottir. During winter, she lives in her home in Kopavogur but from mid-May to end of August every year, she dwells here.

Elisaber and her husband, Skuli Ingvarsson, bought Lindarbakki in 1979. The deed of sale describe the house as follows: "Lindarbakki is very old, built out of turf, stones, wood and cement and is in many ways not a fashionable property." Elisaber and Skuli put in a lot of work in renovating the house and erected a little shed in the same style as the house on the site. The shed now houses a collection of artefacts and old equipment which Elisaber and Skuli have collected through the years. Skuli died in 1987 and since then Elisaber has seen to the upkeep of the house with other helping hands. Lindarbakki is heated by an old black oil heater, still in its orignal state.

The house is about 30 square metre including the hall and lobby. There is one bedroom in the hosue, a kitchen as well as a bathroom. The cellar is beneath the house which contains a well. The cellar is the oldest part of the present house, dated 1899. The woodwork in the house is mainly from around 1934.
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Lindarbakki at Borgarfjor?ur.

The house Lindarbakki belongs to Elisaber Sveinsdottir. During winter, she lives in her home in Kopavogur but from mid-May to end of August every year, she dwells here.

Elisaber and her husband, Skuli Ingvarsson, bought Lindarbakki in 1979. The deed of sale describe the house as follows: "Lindarbakki is very old, built out of turf, stones, wood and cement and is in many ways not a fashionable property." Elisaber and Skuli put in a lot of work in renovating the house and erected a little shed in the same style as the house on the site. The shed now houses a collection of artefacts and old equipment which Elisaber and Skuli have collected through the years. Skuli died in 1987 and since then Elisaber has seen to the upkeep of the house with other helping hands. Lindarbakki is heated by an old black oil heater, still in its orignal state.

The house is about 30 square metre including the hall and lobby. There is one bedroom in the hosue, a kitchen as well as a bathroom. The cellar is beneath the house which contains a well. The cellar is the oldest part of the present house, dated 1899. The woodwork in the house is mainly from around 1934.

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