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REVEALED: These are the most expensive streets in Sweden

Homes on Lidingö island, which is one of the most expensive places to live in Sweden. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT

Published: 24.May.2019 08:08 hrs

If you want to live in one of these places, you'd better be prepared to cough up.

Ulrikagatan in the posh Östermalm area of Stockholm is the most expensive based on price per square metre (115,000 kronor per sqm). The priciest properties based on average purchase price are found at Brötvägen in the Bromma suburb north of the Swedish capital – 15 million kronor ($1.56m).

Compare that to the most expensive properties in the Blekinge region in south-eastern Sweden, where a home at Kungsgatan in Karlshamn can be found for an average of 3 million kronor.

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