The area where we're living is just up from a fairly well known part of Oslo, Grunerløkka. Yesterday we went for a quick walk through the area and I took some photos for some visual documentation.
Across the street from us is Rodeløkkens Kolonihager—the community gardens, which I mentioned earlier. Also just down a bit further from this is the actual suburb/area called Rodeløkka, which again is full of quaint small wooden houses. Back in the day Oslo burnt down and they weren't allowed to build any more wooden houses in the city. There were sill some small pockets that were unaffected by the fire and they remain today, though they have heaps of building restrictions on them now as they are all mostly heritage listed.