Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 18 Mar 2014, 12:01
Published: 18 Mar 2014 12:01 GMT+01:00
An eight-room house with a wine-cellar, sauna, home cinema, and pool room. Something for you? Have a look inside.
On sale for 7,450,000 kronor ($1.17 million), this home in Sigtuna has something for everyone. Really, it does.
Even a sea view.
But why go on about it when you can switch off and just enjoy some top notch property pictures.
And be sure to pop in to our own property section here.
Anna Kinberg Batra, of the largest opposition party, the Moderates. Photo: TT
"This is a sad day for the British and for Europe."
"Sweden will now lose an important partner in the EU," Löfven said. Photo: TT
Left Party calls "totally irresponsible."
Expat Brits in Sweden have reacted with shock, despair and uncertainty to the result of the EU referendum in the UK which was won 52-48 by the Leave campaign.
The former Swedish EU minister, Birgitta Ohlsson declared that it was 'a morning of sorrow', after British voters opted to leave the European Union on Thursday.
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Karin's cake. Photo: swedishfood.com
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A shopper prepares for the inevitable fleecing. Photo: Fredrik Persson/TT
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