Kungsholmen has more singles than any other part of Sweden. Photo: Fastighetsbyrån
What does a one-room apartment in the capital of Swedish singles look like? You're about to find out - take a peek at the property of the week.
Single? Want to live in Stockholm? This apartment is just the thing for you.
Yes, it's just one room and a kitchen. Stockholmers do love their cramped little spaces. But consider:
Stats from 2006 showed that Sweden has the most singles in Europe. And most of Swede's singles live in Stockholm. And most of Stockholm's singles live on Kungsholmen. In fact, 73 percent of the households on Kungsholmen are singles.
For 2 million kronor ($288,540) these 27 square metres of single paradise can be yours. The apartment is located on the top floor, so you don't have to worry about rowdy neighbours above, and the shared courtyard features cherry blossom trees and a fountain. Built in 1930, the apartment still features its original wooden floors, and has a decent kitchen as well.
And it's right by a shopping centre, and smack in the middle of Stockholm.