Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
Published: 17 Sep 2013 10:30 GMT+02:00
Ever wanted your own mansion in the southern Swedish countryside? If you've got 7.5 million kronor ($1.15 million) to spare, this one's for you. If not, why not take a look inside anyway?
Located in Sövde, Sjöbo, right down in the lowest stretches of Skåne, the house stretches over 7,283 square metres of classic Swedish countryside. It even backs right onto a lake, perfect for those warm summer afternoons.
IN PICTURES: See inside the southern Swedish mansion
Inside, there are 365 square metres, with 12 rooms and five bedrooms. To see more, simply click here for the tour.
While you're at it, check out the latest home listings in The Local's Property Section, or find your next home with The Local's Rentals Section.
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