Erik-Anders, part of the Decorated Farmhouses of Hälsingland Word Heritage in the village of Asta in Söderala parish, has a mansion-like architecture with interiors inspired by the higher social classes. The rooms in the house are laid out in a double row, and there is an impressively wide grand festivities room on the first floor.The farmhouse´s restained decorations are the work of the Knutes, a family of painters much in demand.
Erik-Anders was named after Erik Andersson, who had the farm built in the 1820s. The farm is now privately owned.
Here is a Visitor Center, café, shop, and a garden that has been restored to how it looked in 1920.
Price: 100 SEK per person.