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Prince Nikolai struggles to sell Copenhagen apartment

Prince Nikolai of Denmark has had a difficult time this autumn. First, he found out his grandmother has decided he will lose his royal title in the New Year. That was followed by a very public family dispute about the decision to remove the titles from Nikolai and his siblings. Now, several Danish media sources are reporting that he is having issues selling his home in Copenhagen.

For more than a year, Prince Nikolai has had his property, which is centrally located in the Danish capital of Copenhagen, o the market. Now he is lowering the price for the third time.

In September 2021, Prince Nikolai put the townhouse on the market. That time the asking price was 5,495,000 Danish crowns.

But although Prince Nikolai has subsequently lowered the price by first DKK 245.000 and then by DKK 25.,000, it has not sold. This month the Prince lowered the price once again by DKK 400,000 off so that a new owner can take over the townhouse for DKK 4.595.000, about 450.000 US dollars.

The town house has three levels and is 70 square meters in size. The Prince himself bought the apartment for DKK 4.100.000 back in 2019.

Also in 2019, the Prince started his education at the Copenhagen Business School. Prince Nikolai moved to Paris in September 2021 to study a semester of his degree in Business Administration and Service Management from Copenhagen Business School in the French capital. In January of this year the Prince returned to Copenhagen.

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Senior Europe Correspondent Oskar Aanmoen has a master in military and political history of the Nordic countries. He has written six books on historical subjects and more than 1.500 articles for Royal Central. He has also interview both Serbian and Norwegian royals. Aanmoen is based in Oslo, Norway.