Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
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.
Swedes enjoying warm weather in Stockholm on July 2nd 2015. Photo: TT
UPDATED: Thursday turned out to be the hottest day of the year so far in Sweden, but extreme heat in the south east has got people worried about forest fires and weather-related sickness.
Sweden's Green Party leader Gustav Fridolin at Almedalen. Photo: Marcus Ericsson/TT
Education as well as environmental issues topped the agenda when Sweden's Green Party co-leader Gustav Fridolin took to the stage on day five of Almedalen - Sweden's biggest week in politics.
Almedalen 2015 with the Swedish Institute
One goal of the initiative is protecting the Baltic. File photo: Tuukka Ervasti/imagebank.sweden.se
Sweden has new responsibilities in the Baltic Sea region, playing an even more important role in joint efforts to boast prosperity, protect the sea, and keep the region connected.
This is (probably) not the snake mentioned in the story. Photo: AP Photo/J Pat Carter
A three-metre long python spotted in a popular park in Malmö remained on the loose on Thursday afternoon.
Swedish kronor. Photo: TT/Jonas Ekströmer
UPDATED: Sweden’s central bank (the Riksbank) has lowered the country’s historic low interest rate even further. The key rate, the repo, now stands at minus 0.35 percent.
What's on the horizon for Gotland? Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT
Recent claims that Russia rehearsed a military takeover of Gotland stirred up fear among Swedes – but how do people living here feel? The Local asked islanders what life is like in the bullseye of Sweden.
Almedalen 2015 with ConnectSweden
Photo: The Local
Sweden's connections to the world are in the spotlight this week, as the hottest names at Almedalen gather to discuss the impact of connectivity on jobs, tourism, and relations with other countries. The Local is on the scene.
Swedish appliances firm Electrolux has been sued. Photo: Fredrik Persson/SCANPIX
Swedish giant Electrolux's attempt to snap up General Electric's appliance business has been met with a lawsuit by US antitrust officials, saying the $3.3 billion deal would harm consumers.
What's on in Sweden
Solstugan sun terrace in Kristineberg. Photo: Solstugan
Here's our pick of places to enjoy the warm weather that's finally made its way to the Swedish capital, along with our weekly guide to what's on in the rest of the country.
Sweden Democrat leader Jimmie Åkesson, speaking on Wednesday. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT
The nationalist Sweden Democrat party's leader Jimmie Åkesson has told his nation's biggest political conference that he wants to create a better county for children and crack down on extremism.