Trees surround this boxy wooden home, which perches on the edge of a precipice looking out across the pine forest of Sweden’s Ingarö island.
It features a blackened timber exterior, while interiors have high ceilings and long windows that look out onto nearby meadows and surrounding woods.
As well as its soaring living areas, it includes a library and home studio, set at the back of the house, and upstairs bedrooms screened by greenery. A hidden hallway door conceals a tiny playroom area for children, and a raised lounge looks onto a boulder-strewn garden. Poured concrete floors and timber beams run throughout the home.
Outside there’s a private wraparound terrace and open-air pool for drinking in views of the secluded woodland surrounds. Shops and cafes are nearby and are reachable via well-marked forest paths, and the house is close to other popular parts of the Stockholm archipelago, which can be reached by boat.
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