In Pictures: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 6 May 2014, 10:24
Published: 06 May 2014 10:24 GMT+02:00
A four-bedroom house perched on the Baggensfjärden strait offers prospective new owners unbeatable views, with Stockholm just around the corner.
The family home in Stockholm's fashionable archipelago suburb Gustafsvik offers a huge kitchen, a generous fireplace on the ground floor, and bedrooms tucked in under the eaves. On the market at an asking price of 14.5 million kronor ($2.2 million).
IN PICTURES: Property of the week in Gustafsvik, Nacka municipality
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