A lakeside eco-home has gone on sale near Sweden’s Gothenburg for 7m SEK – and it’s built inside a giant greenhouse.
The three-bedroom ‘nature house’ was constructed in 2015 and is really a ‘home within a home’. The modest Kungsbacka abode has been integrated into the structure of a towering A-frame greenhouse by its owners, who’ve installed energy efficient technologies and solar power. This maintains a mediterranean climate for growing grapes, apricots and tomatoes – even in the depths of winter.
On the first floor of the Swedish property is the kitchen and shared living spaces, which feature polished concrete floors throughout, as well as white walls and deep windows that draw light into the house.
A staircase leads up to the 100 sq m glazed terrace, designed for entertaining with exposed wooden beams and views down to the lake.
Havredalsvägen 239 is on the market via Eklund Stockolm New York. The sale includes nearly nine hectares of land with development opportunities, as well as several older summer houses and outhouses which could be turned into studio space or extra accommodation…
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