A unique townhouse of true lineage, the history of which reaches several hundred years back in Swedish history. Stepping through its 17th century gates feels like travelling back in time; here you're met by the amazing lierne vault ceiling in the colonnade hall, where the brick laying is among the oldest in all of Stockholm. The residence consists of four floors; on the second floor you'll find the elegant dining room, featuring window lintels in rococo and paintings ascribed to Lorens Pasch the elder, together with the magnificent mirror by Carl Hårleman. Around the house, three tile stoves stand in proud attention - all of which originate from the 1700's and are of exquisite quality. The lower storey offers facilities such as a spa bath, a wine cellar and a proper knight's hall. Here you live close to the Grand Church, situated only a stone's throw from the Royal Castle. The house has been restored and renovated with a gentle hand, ensuring that much is preserved from the time of building. Just outside the gates every amusement and convenience the town has to offer are within walking distance, but inside its walls the bustle and commotion of the city easily melts away, and a timeless calm takes its place. Legal entities accepted. The facility can also be acquired through the purchasing of company stocks.