This is a tiny apartment located on Third avenue 32 C in Linnéstaden. It’s situated in a building that dates from 1905. The apartment is very small and measures 31 square maters. It only has one room. It sits on the third floor in a four-storey building. Despite its size, the apartment is very bright and airy. The interior design is well organized and the colors have been nicely chosen.The apartment is currently on the market for 1.3 million SEK. It’s small but cozy and it would make a nice home for a student for example. It’s a lovely studio apartment and it also has a balcony. Inside, it still features some of the original elements such as molding or the ceiling rose and stucco.
It’s a rather traditional apartment. The location is very convenient. The apartment is close to restaurants, cafes and shops. It also offers privacy. The windows and the balcony are overlooking an enclosed courtyard.
The building in which the apartment is located was originally built in 1905 by architect J.A. Anderson. Over the years it has been renovated but the architects have tried to preserve the original feel while also modernizing the interiors. This particular apartment includes a kitchen that also serves as the entrance. The kitchen is large enough to also include a small dining area by the window. The kitchen has white cabinets and gray tiles.
The living room is spacious and cozy. It has wooden floors and stucco and a ceiling rose that illustrate the building’s original architecture. The living room is big enough to accommodate a sofa, a bed, two closets and some space will still remain. It has double doors that offer access to the balcony. The bathroom has been completely renovated. It includes a shower unit, wall cabinets for storage as well as a towel warmer. The walls have white tiles and the floor is gray.