Located on a hill overlooking the Swedish fields, meadows, and Kaggeholm Castle, you will find a lovely log house with vintage interiors. The log house originally comes from the Dalarna region, but it has been moved to the island of Helgö, south of Ekerö.
The property consists of two buildings, the old historic cabin and a newer structure that houses a studio room and a new bathroom.
The log house is located on a 2,500 square-meter natural plot which is terraced in the lower part. The house and the green garden and land form a beautiful countryside retreat where you can truly connect to nature.
The former garage has been turned into a living space with a studio room and a bathroom. It can also be a perfect guest house.
The house has a lovely country kitchen with wooden walls and slanted wall cupboards with sliding doors.
The walls are clad in white painted wood paneling and white tiles and have leaded windows in three directions.
The living room on the ground floor has been turned into a bedroom. The rustic room has exposed timber walls, two leaded windows and an open, fully functional stove with stove insert.
I love the colorful touches in this rustic bedroom. The curtains are made with fabric from Svenskt Tenn.
On the first floor are two bedrooms with slanted ceilings.
The bathroom feels like a home spa clad in green tiles and with a beautiful wall mosaic depicting the Pre-Raphaelite painting “Ophelia.” The room is open up to the ridge, has windows, ceiling spotlights, and grey-black tiled floor.
The log house is situated on a 2525 m2 large, leafy, sunny, and hilly natural plot. Here there is a paved patio surrounded by lilacs, ivy, and a bamboo fence.
styling by Copparstad and photography by Spinnell for Historiska Hem