In Pictures: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 29 Apr 2014, 11:20
Published: 29 Apr 2014 11:20 GMT+02:00
Nine rooms, a huge garden, and sea views. All at a cost of 12 million kronor ($1.8 million). Sound interesting? Take a look inside.
This week's property is in Näset, Gothenburg, was built in the late eighties just a stone's throw from the Gothenburg archipelago.
The interior is sleek and modern and the garden is over 800 square metres.
Why not take a look?
IN PICTURES: The Local's Property of the Week
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For more information on this apartment and many more, contact Fastighetsbyrån.
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