Lærarbustaden/ The Teacher´s House is from the 50ies. It can house 2 to 4 persons. It has been completely restored and contains a bathroom, to big sleeping-rooms and two living rooms.
Astridstugu/ Astrid´s House is a smaller red house. The name is due to Astrid Haugen,a former caretaker and home aid in the village. She lived a frugal life in her small dwelling, and it feels right to remember her life by preserving her home. The house was fully restored by the end og 2014. It contains a living room with a kitchen bench, a bathroom and one sleeping-room, thus convenient for 1 or 2 persons.
Skålen/ The Woodshed is an ancient shed, not built to live in. To-day a 20 m2 room in the upper floor is insulated and is a very convenient working place for various activities.There is an old handloom in the woodshed.
Stabburet or Bjørneboeloftet (The Bjørneboe Loft) is an important reminder of Leveld´s cultural history. Bjørneboe and his wife Lisel bought the loft in the 50ies and used it as their summer residence. To-day its function is a writer´s studio, a place for reflection, and a cultural jewel, dear to Leveld.
Låven/ The Barn is a multi-functional building, reflecting modern architecture. It contains two studios in the top floor and a generous room with a kitchen on the bottom floor. The entrance fram the courtyard functions as an outdoor stage in the summer. The Barn is visualised by architect Ola Haug Hagen from Leveld and the firm Arkitekthagen.