While it's not yet December, the chill has swept Sweden already, and our headline picture for this property is a good reminder that it's only going to get colder.
But fear not, if you're sitting in your office dreaming of warmer climes, the entire gallery of this rustic Swedish mansion features only summer pictures.
This 14-room home in Sunne, 65 kilometres north of Karlstad, was built in 1852 on a 4,000 metre squared plot and has been "tastefully renovated" according to realtors Fastighetsbyrån. A quick look inside confirms it.
And all this for a mere 6.5 million kronor ($990,000). For reference, that's half the price of last week's penthouse apartment in Stockholm.
IN PICTURES: Take a look inside this week's property
For more information on this apartment and many more, contact Fastighetsbyrån.