Norneshuset accommodation – the biggest building in the row of houses on the sea front is also the oldest. The story goes that the combined sea-front building and residence was brought back as a return cargo from trips taking herring to Riga, and it was erected in Skudeneshavn in the 1830s.
The timbers in the passageway have clearly cut out numbers, showing that the building has been relocated. Merchant and ship owner Salve Haga erected the building when he was around 30 years of age, with no fewer than four rooms. The building was later extended 4.5 m towards the sea, and the lower storey was converted into a herring saltery before parts of the lower storey were later used as a byre and stall.