From Expressen: Bjorn Ulvaeus, 65, has bought a farm on Hölö in the Stockholm archipelago for SEK 26 million and found paradise.
This summer, he and his wife will enjoy the view of Nämndöfjärden from his new house in the Stockholm archipelago. The farm cost in the region of SEK 26 million, but also contains everything the ABBA-magnate could wish for.
The main house has six rooms and a kitchen of 143 square feet and for guests there is also a small house next to the corner of 63 square meters, according to the drawings Expressen has seen.
14 912 of the property’s total 27 564 square metre-age consists of water.
The house purchase has also been covered in another Swedish publication (see below). The couple have retained their home in Djursholm. The new property is expected to be a summer residence.
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