A Grand Norwegian Estate Goes on the Market

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A Grand Norwegian Estate Goes on the Market

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For centuries, the city of Bergen on Norway’s western coast fostered a distinctive merchant class profiting from trade in commodities such as Norwegian cod and Russian grain. One of the last and most distinguished of these merchant-princes was Conrad Mohr (1849-1926). A key remnant of his one-time enormous holdings—a manor house completed in 1912—has come on the market.

The four-level 6,500-square-foot clapboard home has nine bedrooms and five bathrooms, and sits on a secluded 2½-acre lot in the Paradis neighborhood…

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