clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Dreamy holiday home on Swedish island yours for $370K

Originally a church, the building was beautifully renovated in 2013

Swedish holiday home Visby Mäklarna

Another heavenly Swedish church conversion has hit the market, this time on the island of Gotland. The sweet, twin-pinnacled Roma Larsarve 190 was built in 1905 as a Mission House but fully renovated in 2013 to become a contemporary holiday home. The makeover retained many of the building’s original details—including the high vaulted ceilings, stained glass, and wide plank floorboards—while also giving it a more modern, livable vibe.

Visby Mäklarna

The first floor of the roughly 2,400-square-foot home has an office, enormous double-height living room, kitchen, and two bedrooms. The second floor has the bathroom, another bedroom, and a television loft which could serve as a fourth bedroom in a pinch.

Visby Mäklarna

The house also comes with a former military barracks building, which was moved to the site in 2000 and recently renovated into a separate three-bedroom home complete with a kitchen and living room. Caveat: This structure has yet to be connected to the local water network, an expense that the new owner will need to cover.

The home is listed by Visby Mäklarna with a price tag of 2,950,000 SEK, or about $369,600.

Visby Mäklarna
Visby Mäklarna

Via: The Spaces