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?