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Scandinavian Design: Attic with a view of the Rooftops

By • Mar 17, 2013

This stunning attic apartment is located in the Old Town of Stockholm, Sweden.

The interior features a striking contrast between its crude wooden beams and its crisp white walls.

Attic with a view of the Rooftops:

“A picturesque property from the 1600s in the Old Town neighborhood, culture forms the basis of this magnificent accommodation totaling 112 sq m (1205 sq ft). The view over the old town checkered roof landscape and sky sets this story from many others.

The apartment in the duplex currently comprises 3 rooms totaling 112 square meters (1205 sq ft) of which 100 square meters (1076 sq ft) are floor area. Downstairs is a classic style with deep window niches and wide pine planks. Here you will find a large bedroom with space built bookcase and built-in speakers. The room can be shared by the two bedrooms. Directly adjacent are large walk-in closet with room built furniture, washing machine and dryer. Large bathroom with tub, heated floors and windows. Separate guest WC.

Upstairs, wind character with sloping ceilings, six skylights, four dormers with a low parapet, exposed roof trusses and knees. This plane is perceived as extremely right. The floor plan is open with kitchen with dining area and living room creates a wonderfully delightful sitting area. The equipment in the kitchen comes from Gaggenau.

Well run association in completely renovated building. A real dream home in Old Town, among colorful cobbled streets, narrow alleys and open squares close to the wharf, the castle and plenty of cozy restaurants and cafes. No lift.”

Photos courtesy of Skeppsholmen

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