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Swedish coastal villa surrounded by forest can be yours for $888K

Imagine living in a (happier) Ingmar Bergman movie

Interior shot of split-level main floor living room with sloping, paneled roof, grey hardwood floors, and muted colors.
The open-plan living space opens onto stunning views.
Photos via Per Jansson

There’s something decidedly Swedish about this three-bedroom home for sale in the historic seaside resort of Mölle. Perhaps its the muted colors, or all that wood, or its simple yet striking construction, or its minimalist decor scheme.

Nevertheless, it’s gorgeous, and, conveniently, up for sale. Built in 1971, the villa, which underwent a renovation by architect Jan Engvall in 2006, features a sloping shed roof, breezy open spaces, and, best of all, expanses of glass that bring the impressive landscape indoors. Floor-to-ceiling glazing combines with large picture windows to frame bucolic views of the harbor and the surrounding Kullaberg Nature Reserve.

Texture abounds, too, by way of paneled ceilings, hardwood floors, limestone countertops, plaster walls, and marble bathrooms. A detached studio with sedum roof offers a private escape.

Can’t you just envision actress Liv Ullman floating through the home, as if she were in an Ingmar Bergman movie, in elegantly cut linens and her thick, red hair pulled back into a low ponytail? Or is that just this editor? In any case, the home is asking 8,000,000 SEK, or approximately $888,000.

Via: The Spaces