Boasting a living surface of 316 square meters, this peninsula home in Sweden designed by architect Boris Culjat is surrounded by a dream landscape. The main unit accommodates nine rooms plus kitchen and is structured on two levels. There is also a guest house on the site, with its own kitchen and living room with exit to large patio. Outdoor and indoor spa, steam room and outdoor bathtub are additional features of this property, discovered by Freshome on Skeppsholmen.se. A granite paving stone driveway leads the way to the double garage which ensures parking for 6-7 cars.
The inhabitants of this home facing the water are likely to spend plenty of time outdoors, contemplating the raw beauty of this area located near the small town of Ekerö. But when the harsh Swedish weather knocks on the door, there are many charming interiors one can consider “proper refuge”. With extensive glazing, wooden flooring and natural materials, the rooms exude a bright ambiance. Despite a modern design approach, the social areas are highly inviting. We particularly like the dining room encircled by glass and water views, which only accommodates a table for eight. Have a look at the photos and tell us what interesting details you come across!