Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 5 Sep 2013, 10:26
Published: 05 Sep 2013 10:26 GMT+02:00
This week's property is an eight-room family house in Gothenburg, boasting ocean views and a huge open-plan interior. Take a look inside.
Five of the eight rooms in this western Sweden home are are bedrooms, all spread over an area of 284 square metres.
The house was built in 2002, and is on the market for 14 million kronor ($2,120,000). But let's stop getting into the details, see for yourself - the interior is amazing.
IN PICTURES: See inside the Gothenburg home
While you're at it, check out the latest home listings in The Local's Property Section, or find your next home with The Local's Rentals Section.
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