About this listing
Right in Stockholm's Vasastan neighborhood, 20m from the metro, or walk to the center of town in 20 minutes. The building is from 1910 and the space was recently remodeled . It is a 6 room apartment, 136 m2.
This is a very large apartment by Stockholm standards. It is situated amongst some of Stockholm's best parks and hippest neighborhoods, including Vasaparken and Birkastan. There are 21 windows and lots of light. Very important in Stockholm! The kitchen has great appliances including a Miele dishwasher that automatically opens when the dishes are done. My favorite!
Please note that I occasionally offer the apartment at a reduced rate if my girlfriend and I will be living there at the time. Check the notes in the calendar!
You can use the whole apartment except for one tucked-away bedroom. Kitchen, dining room, living room, three bedrooms and water closet.
Interaction with guests
I may be available for a quick introduction to the apartment and neighborhood, but otherwise will not be present during your stay.
Vasastan is my favorite of the four boroughs in Stockholm. It feels like a neighborhood, but has tons of interesting shops and great nightlife. We frequently walk to the center from home.
Subway is half a block away. You also get a Stockholm City Bikes card until the end of October.
Airport bus is 2 blocks away and leaves at least every 15 minutes. Kids under 16 are free.
Other things to note
Free wifi. Supermarket across the street. Several cafés and restaurants on the block. The bars in Birkastan start about a block away. Photo gallery specializing in surf photography half a block away. Theatre half a block away. Spotify connected to Sonos in the kitchen and living room.
No smoking. And don't spill anything on my new furniture!
Easy going, creative type. I like cooking, entertaining, local, organic food, yoga, wine, lots of good music, art, film, nature, the ocean, traveling, and reading Lionel Shriver, and the family life! I like to have fun and not take life too seriously. I enjoy hosting and meeting new friends from all cultures and backgrounds, and I don't really follow the mainstream of American or Swedish culture much at all. I am a techy, and still love my work well into a long career in video games. I feel that relaxed travel is easier when you have a good base in which to recuperate, and I try to be as accommodating as possible.