So looked up the house in the building registrar thingy.
It says, with some translation work...
"Big city house. Built in 1875, attic extension 1921. A pretty "street" house with a large, high facade and large "Danish flag" windows with profiled moulding.^ Beautiful cornice with dentils.^^ Recessed double door.^^^ Fine chimneys. New windows in attic extension.
Should you with to change this house: The house must remain unchanged in every detail. The replacement of building materials must be used for reconstruction purposes only."^^^^
So there you have it. This date of 1875 makes me much happier, because there is NO WAY people were building in this style in 1915 like the owner said. Also, the property appears in a city plan drawn in 1677. There are 9 houses depicted on "my" street - and currently there are 20 real homes sitting here. What I'm saying it that it's not so accurate, this 1677 map, but it *is* a freakin' old street.
^ I have no idea what they mean by "profiled." Is my moulding under suspicion? Is my moulding *gasp* a mass murderer!!??
^^ Google translate gave me teeth-cut. Google translate is not up on it's architectural terms. Google translate doesn't know how to use Wikipedia.
^^^ Anyone know what a "fyldingsdør" is? Apart from something about a door. Is it something incredibly stupid, like "full-length" or "folding"? It has a transom window above it - does that help?
^^^^ This last section sent Google translate into meltdown. I've decided that this is what the authors mean when they started tossing "ved" around and leaving out words that would have made this all a lot clearer.