Pictures: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 25 Mar 2014, 14:01
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.
The headquarters where Säpo, Sweden's security police is based. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT
Swedish police say they're no longer deploying extra resources following a reported terror threat in the run-up to Eurovision.
Photo: David Lagerlöf/Expo/TT
Swedes are calling this picture an instant icon.
File picture of an embryo. Photo: Richard Drew/AP
Swedish men should stop jerking off in public places and start donating sperm to help single women have babies, argues Stockholm-based writer Matilda Karlsson.
A Statoil station in Enköping. Photo: Fredrik Strandberg/TT
A Statoil petrol station in Stockholm today becomes the first in Europe to get a makeover.
A man begs for money on Hamngatan in central Stockholm. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT
Only one political party in Sweden wants a ban on begging, but half the population shares their view, a new survey shows.
Presented by Stockholm University
Photo: Stockholm University
Thousands of outstanding researchers from across the globe have chosen to make Stockholm University their home and hub. What is it that attracts them? We asked.
A Taxi Stockholm car driving in the capital. Photo: Tomas Oneborg/SvD/TT
Drivers from Stockholm’s biggest taxi firm are suspected of helping fuel the sex trade despite the purchase of sex being illegal in Sweden.
Eurovision flags flying in Stockholm this week. Photo: Anders Wiklund/TT
Now you can watch Eurovision in the US too.
File picture of children in the middle east. Photo: AP /Manu Brabo
Three siblings authorities feared could be forced to go abroad to get married or fight alongside extremists have been taken into care in central Sweden.
The Palestinian flag (left) was included on the same banned list as that of Islamic State (right)
The Palestinian Ambassador to Sweden has waded into the row over a Eurovision ban on the Palestinian flag calling it "insulting" and "a big mistake".