Subsequent to making this post I found that this house is not only the Oldest Wooden House in Europe, it is also the "The Oldest Still Inhabited Wooden House in the World". I have therefore made a fresh post about it by using text/images from this post and have also added more information/images in the new post.
Please therefore view the Latest Post and ignore this post.
While researching for my earlier post about the "Amazing Turf Houses of Iceland", I came across an old turf-roofed house in the small village of Kirkjubøur on the the island of Streymoy in Faroe Islands. As per several sources, it is one of the oldest still inhabited wooden houses of the world and reportedly the oldest inhabited wooden house in all of Europe. (Please see the note at the end of this post)
Image from Wikimedia Commons is by Vincent van Zeijst
Image from Flickr is by Stig Nygaard
360o Panoramic View of inside;
Roykstovan in Kirkjubour in Faroe Islands
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Source of info: Wikipedia / Flickr Photo by foroyar22 (Charlie Kellogg)