A second Swedish find in a week, but I’m sure you’ll agree that this 1960s modernist property in Kyrkviken, Sweden is well worth flagging up.
The house is individually architect designed and dating from 1969, although the name of that architect isn’t available. Whoever it is did a great job though, creating a wonderful modernist property in a typically Scandinavian style and one that takes advantage of a great location and its sea views.
The house has obviously been updated. In fact, the agent makes it nice and easy to spot the improvements by listing them year-on-year, kicking off around 2001.
The end result is a distinctive house, but one that doesn’t look like it needs anything more doing to it (although a survey will need to confirm that). A modern living space with a good amount of 1960s originality, not least the extensive glazing, balconies and wood cladding. Some lovely exposed brick and parquet flooring inside too.
Talking of that inside space, you access that via the entrance hall and cloakroom. From there you’ll have access to a bedroom with full height window and garden access, a living room, again with garden access, laundry, dressing room and storage room.
Up a floor and you’ll find a seating and a dining area, separated by a fireplace and with large windows with lake views, a contemporary kitchen area with balcony, three bedrooms (one with its own balcony) and a family bathroom.
Oh yes, outside space too, with an attached garage and what looks like your own mooring if you like to go boating. Gardens of course, which are described as ‘easy-care’ and ‘child-friendly’.
If that’s your dream, the asking price is 12,700,000Kr, which is around £982,000.
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