Dating from 1914 and 1930, respectively, the property has a distinctive building design with high-pitched black-tile roofing and outer walls of red bricks.
The property is used mainly for residential purposes, with the building at Frederikssundsvej 160
accommodating 8 residential units and 6 residential units at Frederikssundsvej 162.
Individual residential units are laid out with 2, 3 or 4 rooms, with unit sizes in the 65-89
The ground floor of both buildings contains commercial units, with 2 units (a restaurant and a clinic) situated in one building, and a third unit (branch office of bank) in the other.
At the rear of the property, there are 11 rent bearing garages.
The building is next to the central square Brønshøj Torv, a district some 6 kilometres north-west of the
Copenhagen city centre, with the nearest stop of several bus lines less than 100 metres from the property and two kilometres to the motorway grid.
Key amenities are available in the immediate vicinity of the property, with neighbouring buildings typically featuring shops on the ground floor.