This beautiful baroque palace, named Ållonö, is located in Sweden. It boasts over 11,000 square feet of living space.
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Ållonö is a fabulously beautiful baroque palace beautifully located overlooking Bråvikens water. This unique property dates back to the 1300s and the Corps, the accommodation was originally built in 1670 by Baron Gustav Kurck designed by Nicodemus Tessin. Ållonö are possessed by many famous families, including Kurck, Lilliehook, Oxenstierna, Hamilton, Sperling & Flach. It was family Flach who returned the castle to its original state in the years 1905-1913. The present owners have in recent years allowed the castle to undergo a thorough & reverential renovation & is today probably one of the best preserved & fabulously baroque castle. The evaluations seem rather beautiful park, the landscape in front of the water & the many old trees creates a natural romantic setting of the castle. The color of the castle's romantic pink and green roof, being there are two wings, set of six boxes, riding ground, pastures & a canal from the sea to its own pier adjacent to the castle. A unique opportunity to acquire an exclusive family mansion in the absolute finest condition not far from Stockholm. Main building of approx 1164kvm + approx 264 sqm furnished basement, the park is approximately 15 hectares.
This ultra-modern home is located in Sweden and was built in 2008. It boasts 2,500 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. It is listed at $5,300,000.
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A jewel between heaven and earth, suspended on a rocky plateau 23 metres above the sea, this home is a stunning example of international architecture, exuding feeling and style. This enchanting masterpiece built in 2008, with an area of 250 sq m, leaves the viewer simply breathless.
The architect, John Robert Nilsson, was inspired by art and international architecture. The pure, simple and Nordic features tell their own story, with elements and inspiration from Buddhism and Japanese temple design to add even more excitement to the contrasts. This house has earned abundant recognition and praise in both Swedish and international newspapers and architectural magazines and journals.
Nothing has been left to chance here. All the borders between land, sea and shape disappear, with only nature setting the limits. Outside the large glass sliding door, you’ll enjoy an incomparable panorama. Magnificent pines standing against the wind contrast with the clean lines and softly provide the frame for this home. Its placement on a rocky terrace with a desirable western exposure has been chosen to maximize the flow of light into the house, regardless of the time of day.
In addition, the choice of each material was intelligent and deliberate. Limestone, concrete, glass, black plaster, ash wood and a steel framework provide this home with concordance and an idiom all its own. The tastefully designed pool extends toward the sea, and fuses with the seashore. A seating area faces a cosy fireplace, protected from the wind. Added to the strong lines of the design are the advanced technical installations that make everyday life easier and create safety and security.
The layout is clearly divided into private and social spheres. The living room, together with the kitchen, accounts for almost half the area of the house. The private units, which consist of three bedrooms, three bathrooms and storage, are separated from each for complete privacy.
A teak stairway leads down to an attractive sandy beach cove, with a teak boat landing extending out in the water, like a piece of antique furniture. Further up in the flowery meadow with its valley full of apple trees, sheltered from the wind between the cliffs on the grounds. This seaside property has an area of 17,810 sq metres of land and 17,330 sq metres of water, and possesses every quality desirable in a property of this calibre: evening sun, sea view, a magnificent location, a sandy beach, pool and jetty, as well as a road that runs right up to the house. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a creation of architectural perfection with drama and elegant harmony on the Värmdö-Vindö gold coast.
Hello from Michael.
What do you think about this one? It is waterfront house in the fashionable suburb of Djursholm, which is outside Stockholm. It was built in 1905, and totals about 945 sqm, approximately 12,268 sq ft. The waterfront lot is approximately 0.94 acres. Room for heavy-weight boats up to 140 tons, according to the property description.
The owner has spent a lot of money restoring this house. It offers a classical "old world" interior. This is not for the one who wants a modern palatial residence, but if you like the old style, this might just be your favorite new home. Foreign diplomats like these kinds of houses. And in Scandinavia it is usually an embassy who can afford to pay the asking price, which in this case is about 6.5-7.5 million euros, I have been told.
The kitchen is designed to look like the one in an old castle, and it has a tile stove from the 18th century.
The guy a house or two away is one of Russia's wealthiest men, who has a Swedish wife. Many wealthy people live around here, and an ambassador or two.
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