You won’t find a square inch of Ikea furniture in Sweden’s Lennartsnäs Castle. The interiors of this Georgian-style chateau are a blast from the past, retaining their traditional tiled stoves, wall moldings, and wide-plank wood floors. The building, just 30 minutes outside of Stockholm, is being sold as six separate apartments, including this one—once inhabited by Oscar II, King of Sweden and Norway.
The light-filled, 2,875-square-foot apartment can be yours for 7.75 million SEK (roughly $878,800). It has eight rooms, including three bedrooms, and though the building is historic, the interior layout can be renovated. The listing hints that the new owner will likely want to create a new kitchen and third bath.
A private French balcony looks out over the nearby Lake Mälaren. The castle itself sits on more than seven acres of lush woodland. It even has its own pier for fishing as well as tennis courts and gardens.
Via: The Spaces