Beautiful Swedish Residence With A Country Interior

This lovely residence has a very convenient location, right in the middle of the Old Bay, only a few minutes away from the harbor, the beach, restaurants and everything else. The villa is incredibly beautiful and it would make a perfect family home. It has been completely renovated in 2003.

The villa sits on a lovely plot, with a garden to the southwest and paved paths and patios. The front gates of this property are indeed very impressive. They are made of iron so they might seem old and antique but they actually have a modern design. The outdoor areas are all featuring cast-iron lamps and they offer a very relaxing and pleasant atmosphere.

The interior is not unpleasant either. In fact, it’s very inviting and beautiful home. It has underfloor heating and lovely wallpaper on the walls. The kitchen has been decorated in country style. The property also includes a lovely guest house that could also be sued as an office. It has two rooms and one of them is a big common area.

It features exposed beams in the ceiling and ceramic tiles on the floor. The residence has been originally built in 1985 and has a total living area of around 198 square meters. It has 5 rooms with 3 or 4 bedrooms and the guest house is considered a part of the living area.{found on valvet}.

Published by in Real Estate, on January 30th, 2012


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