Pictures: The Local's Property of the Week
Published: 25 Mar 2014 14:01 GMT+01:00
A pool of your own, a stone's throw away from the beach, and three storeys of modern living. Sounds like The Local's Property of the Week... Coming to you this time from Gothenburg.
This week's property is a stunner - coming with a 14.9 million kronor ($2.3 million) price tag.
With eight rooms, at least five of which could be used as bedrooms, there's room for the whole family, and friends too.
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.
Rain in Stockholm. Photo: Marcus Ericsson/TT
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Christina Wejshammar of Sweden's central bank. Photo: Vilhelm Stokstad/TT
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These are not the bananas on trial. Photo: Leif R Jansson/SCANPIX
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Snoop Dogg in concert in Uppsala. Photo: Marcus Ericsson / TT
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The Malmberget mine in northern Sweden. Photo: Carl-Johan Utsi/TT
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Swedish police are struggling to attract people from foreign backgrounds. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT
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