Charming and cozy apartment located in the heart of Stockholm. Walking distance to metro and bus transportation, shopping, cafés and restaurants. Closeness to nature, water and beach.
41 sqm 1,5 room on second floor in a classic 100-year-old building (from 1910) in a quiet street of Hornstull in Sodermalm. The building has a small elevator, and washing machines and dry tumbler in the basement.
With two huge windows facing south and overlooking a beautiful park (Hogalidsparken) the apartment is bright and sunny and with no insight.
It was renovated in 2010, has high ceilings with spot lights, wooden floors, a combined kitchen and living area with a small breakfast table, micro vawe oven with hot air function, gas stove, fridge and freezer and dish washer.
The living section has a big and comfortable sofa with chaise longue, and HDTV with several channels.
The sleeping area, which is separate from the kitchen/living room section, has a comfortable King size bed (European size 160x200 cm, Carpe Diem) and a small working desk.
Internet 30Mbit/s and WIFI available.
The apartment has a small bathroom with a so-called Stockholm shower.
Towels and bed linen are included in prize.
The nearest bus stops, bus 66, is just around the corner and bus 4 is just three minutes away.
Metro station Hornstull (the red line) is just 3 minutes walk from the apartment. It takes approximately 20-25 minutes to walk to Old Town and 6 minutes with the metro.
There is a bike rental only two minutes from the apartment.
The apartment is close to everything. There are three grocery stores within 3 minutes walk and a new shopping mall just three minutes away.
In the hip area Hornstulls Strand you will find, trendy bars and restaurants, for example “Loopen”, which is located on the water, and a cinema showing non-commercial movies.
On Långholmen. which is one of the closest islands, you will find lovely picnic areas, a beach and possibility to swim. You will also find Langholmen Prison, today a hotel/hostel with restaurant/café.
If you enjoy swimming, you should also visit the old swimming hall, Liljeholmsbadet, from 1929, which is a special attraction since it is floating on the water at Bergsunds Strand.
Just a few minutes walk from the apartment you will also find Västerbron, a big bridge over Riddarfjarden, where you will have a fantastic view over Stockholm.
"Sodermalm – trendy, charming and unique
This area is home to a multitude of unusual, interesting and contemporary boutiques for fashion, design, interior décor, vintage merchandise and curios. In general the selection on Soder is trendier, younger and more bohemian than in downtown."