In Pictures: The Local's Property of the Week
The Local · 17 Sep 2014, 13:46
Published: 17 Sep 2014 13:46 GMT+02:00
Time for some luxury this week - we're heading to a sprawling Eskilstuna property with a location and view to die for.
Eskilstuna, west of Stockholm, has a pearl for sale with a pricetag of 9.5 million kronor ($1.3 million).
The property was built in 2010 and boasts a living area of 190 square metres (not to mention the 1,884 square metres of land).But why talk about it when you can take a look?
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