This property in Stockholm combines a rustic look with crisp modernity.
Built in 1722, Råcksta Manor farmhouse has been recently converted into six apartments.
Comprising four rooms, this property is set over 84 sq m. But what it lacks it square footage, it makes up for in character, with period features in every room.
Four original Scandinavian tiled stoves have been preserved in the one-bedroom apartment, nestling into the corner of living spaces in an array of colours and styles.
Likewise, original timber doors, roof beams and unusual ceiling frescos have also been restored, contrasting with contemporary furnishings and finishes.
Large windows – lots of them – also make the apartment feel bigger than it looks on paper, helped by a pale colour scheme, new pine floorboards throughout and simple furniture.
Though the farmhouse is no longer the heart of a sprawling estate, Råcksta Manor is centrally located within Vällingby Parkstad, and has its own private garden.