About this listing
This converted store was originally built in 1904, then used as an artist studio for decades before finally becoming a designer home ten years ago. The big living room sports a 13 foot ceiling, massive store front windows and original hardwood floors. The flat is located a few minutes walk away from bars and restaurants.
This home was featured in Elle Magazine Sweden in 2006.
The kitchen is equipped with an induction stove top, a convection oven and dishwasher. There is also a washing machine in the apartment.
The main bedroom contains a queen size bed for two adults and a separate room holds a bunk bed for two children. There is also a dedicated playroom for the kids and a home office. The bathroom sports a built-in tub and floor heating.
The flat is located a few minutes walk away from bars and restaurants. There is very little disturbance from the close-by nightlife although this is an apartment on street level right in the middle of Stockholm, so you will obviously hear some traffic.
The ultra hip Sodermalm district (named the third coolest neighborhood in the world by Vogue Magazine) offers restaurants, bars, shopping and the wonderful sense of Stockholm.
This apartment is minutes away from both the T-Mariatorget subway station and the Södra Station commuter train station (which will take you to the Stockholm Central station in just one stop).