The Bryngenäs Castle is a stunning property in Sweden, consisting of both land and water. The castle is perched on a peninsula with a fantastic view of the lake Mjörn. A long avenue leads up to the main building, surrounded by a large park with lawns and rhododendrons. The park also contains a sculpture with a fountain and a baptismal font in sandstone from the 1400s (you can see it in the gallery below).
Discovered on Skeppsholmen, the castle has a total of 15 rooms, each displaying a fantastic design that will make its future guests feel royal. Golden and silvery artifacts, traditional furniture from the past centuries and classic patterns on the wall turn each room into a vivid work of art. Fireplaces, sumptuous chandeliers, curtains and large beds inspire coziness and aristocratic living. The entire property is currently listed on sale for 29 million Swedish Kroner (around $3.5 million).
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