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Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week

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Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
Glass doors and a grass roof... your new home? Photo: Fastighetsbyrån
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Glamour meets nature and they do wonderful things in this western Sweden seaside property. Take a look inside The Local's Property of the Week.

This is a place for the modern environmentalist or the tech-savvy nature-lover... or anyone who loves a view.

The property has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a massive terrace with an incredible view, a laundry room, garage, sauna... the list goes on. It's also right next door - so to speak - to Sweden's oldest golf course.

IN PICTURES: Get a glimpse of the glorious Gothenburg property

Every modern luxury is at hand. Self-cleaning glass windows with USV-blocking coating? Check. Built-in floor warmers? Check. The exterior facade is made of stone, wood, and sedum flower - environmental in every sense of the word. And separate wine coolers for red and white wine? Yeah, it's got those too. 

The house was built in 2011, encompasses 288 square metres, and is on the market for 13,000,000 kronor ($1.9 million). Is the price right? That's your call, but either way it's priceless real estate eye-candy - so keep on gazing here Or if it's not your style, check out the latest home listings in The Local's Property Section, and find your next home with The Local's Rentals Section.

For more information on this apartment and many more, contact Fastighetsbyrån

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