Constructed in 1881, the house has eight rooms, three of which are bedrooms (or five if you choose to convert your two-room library). More is more is the theme of this home – it stretches over almost 200 square metres and contains not one but two living rooms separated by a huge open-plan kitchen and dining area.
IN PICTURES: See inside the spacious apartment.
If you fancy having an apartment in the centre of town that gives you instant access outside, this is the place for you. Wake up to the sounds of birds chirping from the outside balcony which is accessible from the master bedroom. Or go and laze around with your neighbours in the shared courtyard downstairs.
Or just stay inside, the dining and living rooms have a view to Stureparken. If that’s not enough you can go up to the rooftop and get a better vantage point.
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