The history of the farm dates back to the Finnish settlers who came here in the late 16th century. They were pioneers on cultivating new land. Because they had a way of farming that included burning down parts of the forest in order to cultivate rye they were called Svedjefinnar (svedje – to burn). Today the farm consists of a residential building (1705), four different barns and a new residential building. The farm is located on calcareous soil which means that you can find both noble trees and rare plants. The farm covers an area of approximately four hectares of land with access to water and fishing rights. We are not alone, the farm is included in the village of Sångshyttan with approximately 20 households.