Tiny 1-room apartment in Gothenburg

This small, but chic and stylish apartment in located in Kungsladugård, Gothenburg. It’s a one-room apartment situated in a building that dates from around 1930-1933. It covers a total area of 38 square meters and it’s situated on the first floor in a three-storey building. The apartment is available for sale at the price of 1.2 million SEK.

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The interior of the apartment is very bright and filled with natural light. It has large windows in two directions and an airy and simple décor. The living area is spacious and has windows overlooking the courtyard. Even though the apartment has been renovated, it still features some of the original elements such as the wooden floors, the paneled doors and the moldings. The kitchen was fully renovated in 2006.

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The living area is spacious and has plenty of space for a sofa and a desk. It has wooden floors, white walls and a ceiling rose that has been preserved. The kitchen is modern and has white cabinets and a laminate countertop. The stove and the hood are made of stainless steel and they have been added during the renovation.

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The bathroom features a shower unit, a washbasin, mirror, a wall cabinet and towel rail.It’s quite small and it has white tiled walls and blue mosaic on the floor. It has been professionally renovated in 2004. The apartment also has a small hall with a dressing room and space for storing shoes and cloths. Overall, the apartment is small but inviting and stylish. It has an airy feel, modern furniture and it benefits from a nice location.{found on stadshem}.