The white house opposite the church and in front of the town library was built around 1750 as the dwelling house on a hobby farm. It was named after the town of Gram in southern Jutland, where one of the house’s owners had previously lived. His name was Hother Müffelmann and he lived here between 1875-1896, together with his unmarried sister Alvilde. She was beloved by the poet Christian Winter who died young. Gramlille was converted into Denmark’s first music library in 1963. The old magnolia tree was moved from the garden behind the house when the town library was built in 1968.