If you’ve ever dreamed of moving to Sweden, this newly renovated home could be your golden ticket.

Situated at the southeastern tip of Sweden in the municipality of Tomelilla, two historic barns have recently been transformed into a contemporary, minimalist abode. Featuring over 4,000 square feet of lofty living space, this four-bedroom home boasts bright, airy vibes, along with lots of modern amenities. 

Now, it is being listed on the market for approximately $688,915. Scroll ahead for a peek inside this remarkable conversion.

The barns—officially known now as Tunby 3209—were originally built in 1901.

The barns—officially known now as Tunby 3209—were originally built in 1901. 

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The home is sited on a flat expanse of farmland. When the current owner, Jonathan Andersson, first purchased the property, he hired a team of carpenters, plumbers, and electricians, and spent 14 months renovating. He and his team excavated around two feet of ground under the home and laid down drainage materials, cellular plastic, reinforcement, and a floor-heating hose before filling the areas with concrete.

The home is sited on a flat expanse of farmland. When the current owner, Jonathan Andersson, first purchased the property, he hired a team of carpenters, plumbers, and electricians, and spent 14 months renovating. He and his team excavated around two feet of ground under the home and laid down drainage materials, cellular plastic, reinforcement, and a floor-heating hose before filling the areas with concrete.

Courtesy of Fastighetsbyrån

For the roof, Andersson opted for tiles and plates made of galvanized steel sheets.

For the roof, Andersson opted for tiles and plates made of galvanized steel sheets.

Courtesy of Fastighetsbyrån

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