In a sought-after location with breath-taking views of Lake Mälaren and Gripsholm Castle lies this beach plot along with its own jetty. Well-maintained 1½- floor home including guest house, wine cellar and farm building combined with forest land, a total of about 28 ha.
Offering a rich history that stretches all the way back to the late 16th century, Lotorp Lövstalund stands magnificently next to the shoreline of lake Mälaren. Since construction began on the property in the 1890s, the original cottage has been developed into a modern and spacious villa along with stunning views where Gripsholm Castle is the centrepiece. Panoramic windows and a glass veranda facing the bay of Gripsholm create an idea of the indoor and outdoor environments harmoniously merging.
The scenic location is unbeatable. The house is placed at a perfect commuting distance from the E20 and on this plot, the sun shines all day. The evenings are best enjoyed at sunset on the terrace complete with infrared heating or in the installed hot tub next to the guest house. Here you can warm yourself underneath the stars even on dark winter evenings and watch the lights from Mariefred with its church and the castle in the foreground.
The main building has been well taken care of, where amenities such as fibre network, floor heating, a renovated kitchen and a fully tiled, extended bathroom complement the home. On the ground floor, all rooms are enhanced by fireplaces and on the upper level a magnificent, tiled stove stands tall in one of the bedrooms. The generous social areas in the kitchen, dining room and glass veranda invite you to large festivities which during the summer months can be moved out into the garden. Here, you will find a boules pitch, greenhouse and pizza oven, and in the meadow above the farm buildings you will have good opportunities to cultivate your own crops.
The property's forest consists of 25 hectares of productive forest land. Furthermore, small game hunting and fishing in the bay may be carried out by the owner. During the winters in which the ice settles, you will be able to reach Mariefred through a short walk, ice skating or skiing. During summer days you can take the boat from the property's jetty to Gripsholms inn or any other of the popular taverns.
The school bus passes the property and it is quick and easy to get to Stockholm or Eskilstuna from Lövstalund. Läggesta, which is the connection point for Svealandsbanan and E20, is only a 2 km drive away. There are also walking and cycling paths along the water that continue all the way to Mariefred. The train to Stockholm takes about 40 minutes. Additionally, along the water's edge you will find the charming heritage railway running to Taxinge and Mariefred during the summer.