House close to lakes, metro and city

House close to lakes, metro and city

Jonas

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

We are a family of six who are interested in exchanging houses during the summer of 2012. We live in Bromma, Stockholm. Bromma belongs to the inner suburbs of Stockholm; our house is nine kilometres from the midpoint of the city.

Our neighbourhood is called Nockebyhov and is a picturesque area from the 1930s. The house was completely renovated two years ago. It is located right next to the Judarn natural reservation, a small forest with a beautiful small lake.

Lake Mälaren is only a ten minutes walk away. There is a walking path along the lake for miles. The nearest beach is about one kilometre away. But you can dive from the cliffs only 300 m from our house. Summertime in July-August, the water temperature is usually 20-23 degrees.

We live close to public communications - about 1,5 km to the nearest metro station, and around 100 m to the nearest bus station if you don’t care to walk to the metro. The metro ride to the inner city of Stockholm takes 10-20 minutes. We have a 7-seat car (we're six in the family); exchanging cars as well would be convenient for both parties.

The closest cultural attraction is the castle of Drottningholm where the royal family lives. Drottningholm is a beautiful 17th century castle. Most of the garden and the vast surroundings are open to the public. It is a popular place for a family picnic.

Jonas is a professor at the Royal Institute of Technology. Britta works for the city of Stockholm as a city planner.

The house has two floors and a basement, each floor being around 65 square metres.. It is well planned and fits the needs of our family well. It has five bedrooms, four upstairs and a large one in the basement with a bed which can be converted to a bed for two. There are two living rooms on the first floor, and summertime our veranda is like a third living room. We often make dinner and have supper there. The garden is small, but good for summer games. There is a tiny playhouse for the youngest family members and some swings for small kids.

We have four children (7-17 years) so there are things to do for children as well - wi-fi, computer, PS3, tv and some toys of course. We are open to exchanging cars as well (we have a Citroen C8).

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More about us

  1. Married couple, four children 7-17

  2. University professor (KTH), city planner (Stockholm)

  3. Enjoy culture and nature. We've swapped homes three times and throughly enojyed it!

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Close to Stockholm city centre
Bit of culture
Drottningholm castle, and close to Stockholm city centre
Walks in the park
The Judarn forest, and lake Mälaren
Day tripping
Several forests and lakes nearby

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