This large island home with a long coastline and undulating archipelago rocks in Tavastbodaviken, Sweden is an adventurer’s dream retreat. The main building on this property (discovered by Freshome on Skeppsholmen) has a total surface of 340 square meters and displays beautiful facades in Siberian larch. The first floor greets visitors with a generously-sized lounge area with kitchen, living room and dining in an open plan. A breathtaking ceiling with natural light and glazed wall sections ensures views of the bay.
The lower level offers a large living room with home theater and cozy seating areas, three bedrooms, bathroom, hallway, laundry room, machine room and a large storage area. Other amenities include a large terrace surrounding the main house with sunny patios from morning to night and a garage for two cars. On the waterfront, below the main house, there is a sandy beach, a genuine old wood sauna and a good jetty with a protective stone pier. Two newly built guest houses of 42 square meters each with two bedrooms, kitchen, living room, shower with toilet and large terrace add up to the value of the property. Immersed in an archipelago cliff setting, with ancient pine trees, beautifully landscaped walking paths and sandy beaches, this place make for a getaway to remember.
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