A peninsula embraced by the Baltic Sea on the most southeastern edge of Sweden. There, in the outskirts of the residential area, lies this unique house. Outside you can hear the ocean waves reaching the shore and the wind in the pine trees brings a calmness to one of Swedens most appreciated seaside golf courses to spend your free time in. A paved garden with an elevated deck area offers both a pool, a separate sauna house and a spacious guest house. The house is built with materials of the highest quality where both lime- and sandstone meet traditional white stucco in a perfect combination.
Interiorly, the architecture is just as stunning and the rooms are distributed to maximize the use of every square foot and invite the outside surroundings. At ground level a magnificent dining room opens up to the second floor, creating a double ceiling height with stacked windows and a mezzanine level where you can look out upon the green views. The dining room is the hub of the home, and with kitchen and living room on each side there is plenty of space for social gatherings. In total the house has five generous bedrooms, most with an en-suite bathroom. Still, the most impressive is the extraordinary master suite with windows from floor to ceiling and a private terrace with views of the sun setting behind the sea. An American style walk-in closet leads into the en-suite with marble stonework, a built-in bathtub and a steam sauna.
Both a stunning spiral staircase and a windowed elevator connect the three floors. The basement has a pool room with kitchenette, bar and an adjacent wine cellar. Neighboring is the unusually large garage which can accommodate up to six cars. This optimal positioning in Falsterbo means walking distance to the beach, golf club, ancient monuments and hiking areas. Malmo City is only a little more than half an hour to the north by car and via the Oresund Bridge you will reach Denmark and Copenhagen in the same amount of time.