We Want to Move Into This Converted Swedish Train Station Immediately

We Want to Move Into This Converted Swedish Train Station Immediately

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 16, 2016

Here's one for all the Scandinavian obsessed, ourselves included: this charming converted train station in southern Sweden is for sale.

Located in Norrvidinge, 20 miles north of Malmö, the station was built in 1912 by architect Folke Zettervall. The listing states that it stopped being a functional station long ago, but it still retains many of its original details. There are PO boxes and ticket booths that are as charming as ever.

The 904 square-foot, three-story station has an unfinished attic (which adds an additional 129 square feet), with the open plan kitchen/dining/living space and bedrooms on the second floor. Downstairs is the old waiting room, which is used as a sitting room—though the listing has other ideas for those with an entrepreneurial bend: "Why not start a cafe or a little shop in the waiting room" and reside upstairs?

The property is listed for 2,795,000 SEK or around $317,000.

h/t Curbed

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