Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 16 Jan 2014, 12:43
Published: 16 Jan 2014 12:43 GMT+01:00
Ever wanted to take a look inside a penthouse apartment in Stockholm's posh Östermalm district? Ever wanted to travel from the 20th century into what could be the 22nd with just a short elevator ride? Then this week's property is for you.
This week's property is one to remember. On Skeppargatan, just a stone's throw from Östermalmstorg, you'll find this apartment on sale for 9.85 million kronor ($1.5 million).
This four-roomer plus kitchen (or 121 square metres if you prefer it that way) is a must-see, even if you're not in a position to make it a must-buy.
IN PICTURES: Take a tour of The Locals Property of the Week
Despite being built more than a century ago, this apartment looks like it could be brand new.
And keep an eye out for the heavenly views from the master bedroom.
Take a step inside.
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