Decorating & Design

March 29, 2018

This Is What An $830K Apartment Looks Like In Sweden

It’s no secret that Toronto real estate has gone up in price over the last couple of years, with condos costing up to (and often over) $1 million. To compare Canada’s market to another northern nation with style, we took a peek at what Sweden has to offer.

Housed in a turn-of-the-century building, this bright two-bedroom apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden, is every bit as dreamy as the city itself. At just over 1,000 square feet, it costs 5,300,000 krona (or $829,232 Canadian dollars). Click through to tour the space, and let us know — would you trade your Canadian abode for this charming apartment across the pond?

Author: Sabina Sohail

Courtesy of Stadshem