About This 1868 Mansion For Sale In Örgryte Sweden
Wilhelmsberg is a unique property built in 1868 of a total of 766 square meters with 22 beautiful rooms in castle-like, powerful neo-Renaissance with colossally beautiful facades, pinnacles and towers. The building was designed by architect Victor von Gegerfelt, known for having designed the Feskekörkan and the beautiful Fröhuset in the Garden Association. Adjacent is an 80 sqm garage building for four cars in a customized building style. The park-like, redeemed plot is 3378 square meters. The building is well known for its attractive location on a sunny south facing plot next to Örgryte old church.The transfer takes place in company form.
From the forging gates, the gravel road winds up between the tall trees to the parking lot outside the garage building. The location and the building with the park all around have a distinctive continental feel.
A sturdy stone staircase with the typical forge welcomes us via the shelter into the first floor and the hall. Here is a cloakroom and guest toilet as well as the lift that takes us to the four floors.
The 55 sqm and 3.7 meters ceiling and one short side columns at the arched corners, solid oak parquet flooring with mahogany frieze and high foot rails give the absolute feeling of the hall. Beautiful stuccos and a powerful fireplace enhance the impressions.The beautiful glazed patio doors to the west, for the thoughts of pleasant summer parties. The library is half open in the tower room with equal oak parquet and bookcase shelves.
Perhaps the building’s signature, the light-filled gallery between the salon and the dining room, connects the living rooms to each other. Three tall, very beautiful, vaulted window sections with sprayed-out doors to the three balconies. Above the windows and doorways decorate headpieces like round murals. Here, too, is a massive oak parquet in fish-laying with mahogany friezes, as well as in the beautiful oval room next door.
The 40 sqm dining room has solid oak parquet in woven pattern with mahogany frieze, high foot moldings and a large fireplace. Colossally beautiful roof rosette in understated, unusual design and stucco. A beautiful window area with a longitudinal balcony and a round balcony on the corner. All of the building’s balconies have beautiful worked forges.
A wide staircase leads up to the upper hallway with massive oak parquet flooring and nice views through the large window area. The second floor is equipped with the Master bedroom en suite with bath in the tower room, shower and toilet and exit to the balcony.The floor plan also offers four bedrooms of different sizes and shapes, an oval work room and a separate toilet.
Central to the basement floor is a nice bar and wine cellar with wall-mounted benches for wine tasting. Well equipped country kitchen with kitchen island and light lavish cupboard interior with workbenches in granite on checkered floor. Dining area furnished with a heavy oak table for many people. Adjacent is the laundry room with drying room.Exit to the courtyard for grilling and more. For example, a larger space can be furnished as a gym. There is also an exclusive bathroom with large Jacuzzi, shower, towel dryer, toilet and double sinks. Everything is surrounded by exposed brick walls combined with stylish mosaic and large floor tiles. An excellent social area.
We take the elevator to the attic. Here is furnished with several lounge groups and pool tables. Some skylights provide the floor plan with daylight.
After wandering through the 150-year-old building, it is striking how Victor von Gegerfelt had elegance and function as the example of his fantastic, architectural creation.