3-bedroom apartment in Old Masthugget with harbor views

This apartment can be found at Hook Road 7 in Old Masthugget, Sweden. It’s situated in a building that dates back to 1936, on the fourth and last floor. It’s a modern apartment that has an open floor plan. Also, part of the advantage of living on the upper floor of a building is that you can enjoy panoramic views, in this case of the harbor.

The living room and the dining area are part of the same sitting space. It’s a large room, bright and inviting, with large windows and an elegant interior design. The two bedrooms are also bright and cozy. They feature fund-patterned wallpaper. One of the bedrooms has direct access to the French balcony. Also, one of them has a large walk-in closet, perfect for storage and organization. The bathroom also includes a laundry area. It’s spacious and functionally decorated.The building in which this apartment is located also offers a common patio with barbeque area. There’s also a garden and farming is allowed.

The patio also offers beautiful mountain views, over the rooftops and down the river. The apartment is currently for sale for 2.4 million SEK. It’s beautiful, spacious and inviting. It has wood floors, white walls in the living room, lots of storage space and it also offers very beautiful views.

Published by in Apartments, on February 1st, 2012


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