Not a lot of kerb appeal, but the price, location and potential of this 1970s modernist waterfront property in Nassundet, Kristinehamn, Sweden makes it worth a mention.
Thanks to Erika for flagging this one up, who pointed out that this place has been on the market for 18 months with no takers and has recently taken a big drop in price. Work needed, but it’s not exactly derelict.
In fact, on paper it’s a steal bearing in mind this place has its own lakeside setting as well as plenty of land to play with. That’s before you get through the front door.
When you do, you’ll find a house largely unchanged since the 1970s and with plenty of open space. According to the agent, that includes an entrance hall, toilet, two bedrooms a huge living room (covering 98.6 sq. metres), a kitchen, storage area, laundry facilities, walk-in closet, shower, sauna, second toilet, bathroom and a large bedroom with access to the terrace.
If that’s not enough, there is also additional space in terms of the garage, storage room and boiler room, along with outbuildings at the laek a ‘root cellar’ and several old sheds.
That price? Well, if you want to get away from it all, this place is up at the equivalent of £143,000. You might even get it for less than that. More photos on the listing.
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