Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 25 Feb 2014, 14:17
Published: 25 Feb 2014 14:17 GMT+01:00
Welcome to another home in our Property of the Week series. This one is in Rostorp, Malmö, was built in 1924, and offers six rooms. Why not take a look?
Question: What has six bedrooms, one greenhouse, and was built 90 years ago?
Answer: The Local's property of the week.
And it could all be yours for 3,995,000 kronor ($615,000).
IN PICTURES: The Local's Property of the Week
But why read about it when you can look inside, here?
Or find more properties here at Fastighetsbyrån's official site.
And be sure to pop in to our own property section here.
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