This 1902 apartment was remodelled by architect Jenny Frigren earlier this year and is the perfect place for those who like a little privacy in the heart of hip-and-happening Södermalm.
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High ceilings, 105 square metres of living space, and an open fire are enough to impress, but the property’s merits only continue. It features a balcony with a view of stunning Stockholm sunsets, a loft for office work or a guest room, two spacious bathroom and three bedrooms – all for 7.5 million kronor ($1.2 million).
Light is an invaluable treasure in Sweden, this stunning apartment is full of it. The angled walls and windows soak pick up rogue rays of sun even on the dreariest days, and the light oak floor, crisp white walls and pivoting spotlights make this home one of the best ways to avoid a darkness downer.
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