Built in 1928, the house has seven rooms, four of which are bedrooms, and a large basement. It’s also full of quirky details, like the old neon-orange refrigerator in the kitchen. The house and grounds cover 1,146 square metres, and it’s all on the market for 9.8 million kronor ($1.5 million).
IN PICTURES: See inside the homey Bromma villa.
A large garden makes outdoor activity simple, and the basement offers plenty of storage space as well as a large laundry room. The veranda faces the evening sun and has a glassed-in section for those brisk autumn evenings.
We bet you’ll feel at home just looking at the 1920s family home.