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Neo-Gustavian Manor With English Garden
The Gunnebo estate was built during the late 18th century. It was originally owned by a businessman named John Hall. Hall commissioned Carl Wilhelm Carlberg, the city architect, to design the estate.
In designing Gunnebo, Carlberg took inspiration in the Neo-Classical design movement that was prevalent during that time in Europe.
The Gunnebo estate’s architecture reflects that of the Neo-Gustavian style. In 1807 Hall declared bankruptcy and the estate since then has been turned over to several individuals.
Today the Gunnebo estate is owned and managed by the municipality of Mölndal and is listed as a heritage building. Beside the estate you can find a lovely English park and a tree-lined garden.
John Halls väg, Gothenburg
Phone: +46 31 334 1600
Open Hours: 10AM to 5PM
Price: Cost money