Cornelis Vreeswijk’s childhood threatened razed to the ground.
Rather than planning a real estate company to build villas in the area, writes Mälarö newspaper.
cottage in Ekerö was Cornelis first home when the family Vreeswijk moved to Sweden in 1950.
But now plan property Derome land & amp; Housing to build 14 villas in the area and want to start selling plots within a few weeks, writes Mälarö newspaper.
This will Cornelis Vreeswijk childhood home that razed to the ground.
Gunilla Lindberg (FP) is Chairman of the Culture and Leisure Committee in Ekerö and have struggled for years to save Cornelis Vreeswijk crofts. Including through contacts with Cornelis Society, which in turn has had contact with the Dutch Embassy.
But the price of the lot where the troubadour grew up is three million.
– It feels boring. How to get out three mille? It’s probably pretty short now, she says to Mälarö newspaper.