A Unique Spot, Indeed
This distinctive little red cabin is basically built into a medieval wall, and although it’s a bit shocking at first, it somehow pulls it off, and makes itself look right at home. It is purely a work a of art and who ever loves history and archaeology is obliged to marvel at the concept. And if you can’t take your eyes off of it, then consider purchasing it, as it’s for sale for a mere $500,000. Before you pull out your checkbook, you might want to know who used to live there first!……….. haha. Read the paragraph below, take a look at these photos, and then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
History buffs will fall in love with this quaint Swedish farmhouse. It was built in the late 1600s, is nestled into the town’s fortress-like medieval walls and used to be the home of the town executioner. Sure, some might find that last fact a bit dark, but you’ll hardly remember it when you see the cheerful red and blue exterior. But the most unique feature has to be the second living area which is located directly against part of the exposed wall. The homeowners filled it with basic furniture and cozy fur throws (which we think is the perfect throwback), allowing the wall to take center stage.
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