Gallery: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 18 Mar 2014, 12:01
Published: 18 Mar 2014 12:01 GMT+01:00
An eight-room house with a wine-cellar, sauna, home cinema, and pool room. Something for you? Have a look inside.
On sale for 7,450,000 kronor ($1.17 million), this home in Sigtuna has something for everyone. Really, it does.
Even a sea view.
But why go on about it when you can switch off and just enjoy some top notch property pictures.
And be sure to pop in to our own property section here.
The Northern Lights pictured in Sweden on Wednesday night. Photo: Norrsken Sverige
An unusually high level of solar activity means the spectacle could be visible from rare spots in the country.
A file photo of Swedish police officers. Photo: Tomas Oneborg/SvD/TT
The creation of a new merged national police authority in Sweden has not gone well, according to the Swedish Police Union.
Nobel Prizes 2016
Haruki Murakami (pictured) is one of the bookmakers' favourites. Photo: Bernat Armangue/AP/TT
The delay is due to 'arithmetic', an academician said.
One of the randy animals in question. Photo: Mikael Fritzon/TT
The giant things just can't contain themselves.
A masked supporter at a Stockholm derby football match last year. Photo: Janerik Henriksson/TT
The ban is designed to curb violence at sporting events in Sweden, but it must also follow conventions on religious freedom.
Henrik Stenson met his match in the final practice for the Ryder Cup. Photo: Charlie Riedel/AP/TT
Well that wasn't supposed to happen...
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An H&M store in central Stockholm. Photo: Maja Suslin/TT
A warm autumn may be good news for Swedes, but it was bad news for Sweden's biggest clothing brand.
The weather is expected to clear up. Photo: Anders Wiklund/TT
Commuters were advised to take it easy in traffic on Friday, after harsh winds toppled trees across roads and railways across Sweden.
A tiled stove. Photo: Wrede Fastighetsmäkleri
The traditional Swedish masonry stove (kakelugn) is still a popular feature in many homes today. Houzz.se's Amanda Strömberg has found out more.