Unique 17th century house in the middle of Stockholm

Unique 17th century house in the middle of Stockholm

Joakim

 

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our unique home is one of the few houses in Stockholm left from the 17th century. Lush garden with apple- plum- and cherry trees, and cobblestone that reminds you of life long ago. A charmfull petite house with open fire place and original beams, tasteful decorated. Bedroom with kingsize bed, overlooking the small alley of red cottages and where we in the mornings wake up to the birds singing. Cosy living room with 50' LED screen TV, and a kitchen where the whole family can sit and eat. Come stay in our lovely house, have breakfast at one of the popular cafes around the corner, lunch in the garden, sightseeing in town and dinner at one of the restaurants in Sofo. This place is really something extra if you like to discover a different kind of living, in a neighbourhood like taken from a fairytale and as swedish as it possibly can be.

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  1. We are Joakim 40 and Petra 33 and our kids Tim,6 and Jamie,1. Both working in the music industry. We love to travel and our favourite destinations are Dubai, Thailand and Los Angeles. We are easy, happy, respectful people and will of course take care of your home as if it was our own!

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

In the middle of town, 5 min walk from the popular SoFo district, and 10 min by bus to Stockholm city. 10 min walk to subway and easy to get to the boats which will take you to the amazing archipelago.

SoFo- the blocks south of Folkungagatan are packed with interesting, cool and creative shops specializing in clothing, design, jewelry, knickknacks, vintage and second-hand, houseware, books and magazines, music and much more. Several fashion brands have their own stores in this district. There are also scores of restaurants, cafés and galleries. The atmosphere is laid-back, yet highly aware. In the warm months, Nytorget Square is a bustling social scene

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