Börstorp is a manor house located at Börstorpsviken, a gulf of Sweden's largest lake Vänern. [1]


The estate is known to have existed since the 14th century. Börstorp became a manor in 1625. The main stone building was built by Conrad Falkenberg and completed in 1646. It was later rebuilt in neo-Gothic inspiration in the 1850s by Carl Leuhusen according to the drawings of architect Hjalmar Wijnblad. [2]


  1. ^ "Borstorp Slott - Swedish Castle". Castleist. Retrieved September 1, 2020.
  2. ^ Planting-Gyllenbåga, G. H. W.; Åkerhielm, Erik (1923). Svenska gods och gårdar. Stockholm: A.-B. Hasse W. Tullbergs förlag. p. 82.

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Coordinates: 58°47′59″N 13°57′46″E / 58.79972°N 13.96278°E / 58.79972; 13.96278