The home of the Kongsvinger Clergy.

When widowed, Minda Juell moved to her family in Sweden, and Rolighed was sold to thecity of Vinger in 1908, and made into a vicarage. This was the childhood home of Nina Grøndahl, who married Harald Aamodt in 1919, and moved to Aamodtgården (now museum) under the fortress.

Her father, the Provost Biger Grøndahl, worked in Vinger from 1904 to 1923. Vicar Harald Devold and his wife Alide lived her when he worked in Vinger, from 1923 til 1933. Vicar Bjarne Hexeberg and his wife Doro were just about to move in when Norway was occupied in 1940.