Small attic apartment with balcony in Gothenburg

This cozy apartment is located in Kålltorp, a district in Gothenburg. It’s situated in a building that dates back to 1946 and it only has 1.5 rooms. Despite its small size, it’s actually very cozy and private. It covers an area of 58 square meters and it sits on the third floor in a three-story building. The apartment has a modern design with a touch of traditional and it’s now for sale at the price of 1.25 million SEK.

The apartment compensates the fact that it’s small with the fact that it also has a balcony. The balcony has views of the courtyard and it adds a very nice touch to this lovely studio apartment. The interior design is simple airy but very charming and inviting. It features sloping ceilings and exposed beams and the walls and ceiling are white thus creating the impression of a larger space and an airy atmosphere. Even though the apartment has limited space, the interior design is flexible and adaptable.

For example, the kitchen has a large dining area that could also be used as a sleeping area of guest area in case such a situation arises. Also, the apartment has plenty of storage space including a walk-in closet. The living room is spacious and can easily accommodate a sofa, a bed and even a desk or a small work area. The kitchen is also large and has an adjacent dining room that can accommodate a dining table for six persons. The apartment also has a nice hallway with a large walk-in closet.{found on stadshem}.

Published by in Apartments, on June 21st, 2012


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