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Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week

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Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
Photo: Fastighetsbyrån
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Ever wanted a big house by the water in western Sweden? Now's your chance. Take a look inside The Local's Property of the Week.

A magnificent turn-of-the-last-century villa flanked by a maple tree. With its sweeping lawns and assortment of fruit trees, the property leads down to beach and its own jetty.

If you want somewhere to stick your guests after a raucous evening on the "punch veranda" - a period feature - you can tuck them to bed in their own little cottage.

The main house features many original fittings, including the beautiful and classic kakelugn - the decorative tile stoves so typical of 1905 when the villa was built and which will act as a huge radiator through the long winter to keep your family warm.

IN PICTURES: See inside The Local's Property of the Week

With nine rooms sprawled out over almost 300 square metres, you'll be able to create nooks and crannies for your children to hide out. There are five bedrooms in total.

On the market for 9.4 million kronor ($1.4 million), the property belongs to the attractive Stenungsund locality north of Gothenburg on Sweden's fabled west coast.

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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