Amazing Penthouse Apartment for Sale in Stockholm, Sweden

Amazing Penthouse Apartment for Sale in Stockholm, Sweden

Renovated and brightly changed, this next duplex penthouse is not anyone’s home yet. Although many of you would love to have this apartment, you would have to move to Stockholm, Sweden and pay the asking price of $3,200,000 so that you can call it your home. Placed in a surprising old building in Vasastan, the apartment offers two floors of pure relaxation and vividly bright interiors. With a lot of open spaces, the penthouse apartment seems to be built both for family life and for entertaining guests. The luxurious 2,260 square feet apartment is depicted as a heaven to live in:  “This spectacular project is the result of one of Sweden´s most ambitious new developments and is competing with the best in design. No details have been overlooked.” With an astonishing interior design, the penthouse apartment is located in a fully and recently renovated 1907 building. Unusual placement of the dining room and kitchen at the upper level brings a new meaning to the personalized space and the high ceilings create a dream scenario for the living room.


  • Colorado Movers March 6, 2011 at 08:13 AMLogin to Reply →

    Very slick! These pics are just torture for me. The interior is simply AWESOME!

    All Pro Moving & Storage

  • jars March 7, 2011 at 07:19 AMLogin to Reply →

    Hello, I am thinking of setting up a murphy bed in my spare bedroom. I saw your design

  • justin March 8, 2011 at 02:14 AMLogin to Reply →

    holy sh** motherfu**er!!! hahaha… sowwie, but this appt is unreal!

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  • udom phatcharaphanaw March 27, 2011 at 07:34 AMLogin to Reply →

    i love all

  • David Traversa March 9, 2015 at 01:40 AMLogin to Reply →

    Flawless. From every point of view.
    So far I’ve seen several (many) Nordic countries apartments.
    But –may I ask– why they ALL paint their walls WHITE??
    I know, white is pure, luminous, and photographable. In Spain.
    Where the sunlight is at its most tremendous and white walls
    are blindingly glamorous with all those multicoloured potted
    But in Sweden…, white, psychologically, is maybe the most
    DEPRESSING COLOUR for the human brain, specially when
    used in freezing weather.
    Just one of those things…