The Stockholm-based architectural firm Franson Wreland is behind this recently sold bright and spacious home located in the Danderyd, a city just north of Stockholm, Sweden.
One end of the house consists entirely of a large glass wall which allows for much natural light in the interior of the house.
The master bedroom includes a comfortable and inviting sauna room and walk-in closet.
Spacious Home in Djursholm by Skeppsholmen:
“Renowned architects Franson Wreland behind this extremely tight and tasteful villa totaling 294 sqm enclosed by a pleasantly mature south facing plot in sought after Djursholm Quarter.
Housing one end consists entirely of a large glass section that opens onto the sheltered garden and a cozy patio. Behind the glass wall offered heart of the home, a very generous living room with fireplace and kitchen with integrated bar solution. Room double height gives magnificent volume and a lot of character. Further to the terrace with the casing body L-form, protected location. The living room and the rest of the ground floor has been beautifully polished concrete floors with underfloor heating. The plane also fits handy utility room / laundry room and storage room. Additionally peaceful master bedroom with adjoining spa department, separate toilet and walk in closet as well as a closet wall.
In the upper ground floor, facing plot entrance, offered a mezzanine above the kitchen well suited as a library or possible additional bedroom. Secluded tv-room/family-room with two excellent bedrooms adjacent and attached bathroom. Although study / guest room, access to the built-heated garage and spacious hall with excellent storage options in place built wardrobe.
The villa was built in 2003 boasts an architecturally very appealing design, and maintenance-free and aesthetically pleasant materials – everything you could want from a modern accommodation. And this with address Yngve Road in a quiet and sought after area with five minutes walk to Roslagsbanan and proximity to very good schools and nice Djursholms center.”
Photos courtesy of Skeppsholmen