The three-storey house from 1909 is considered a landmark in the mostly posh Stockholm suburb.
Filled to the brim with period details, a would-be buyer would move into a ten-room house with five bedrooms. The living areas sport spotless herringbone parquet, while the brick details in the kitchen echo the cozy nooks of the sous-terrain level where the family can gather for relaxed leisure time.
An inbuilt studio apartment with kitchenette is a perfect place to store a rowdy teenager.
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A wine cellar and an outdoor swimming pool top of the luxury amenities on offer at this property, on the market for an asking price of 14.5 million kronor ($2.2 million).