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Inside Sweden's Most Expensive House, a Hot Piece of Glass

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At 55M Swedish krona—roughly $8.125M by today's conversion rates—this five-bedroom house is the most expensive in the country. The 4,500-square-foot modern—which would do well as the setting of a James Bond movie—has a wine cellar, an open floorplan, and glass walls for days. Of course, it's not the only sleek, minimalist creation in Mother Svea, as it's jokingly referred to, but this place, which looms high over the Southern town of Helsingborg, has views of red-tiled roofs (and the ocean, of course) from its many balconies and terraces.

· Sundsliden 13, Helsinborg [ESNY]