In the royal oasis Hagaparken, apart from pavilions, temples and royal castle houses, there are also a few privately owned buildings. Arrendissement Sofieberg is one of these, situated in a stunningly beautiful and culture-historical unique setting on a hill next to the Turkish kiosk. Through prickly lilacs, the water shines down at Brunnsviken's western shore. The building, which is in need of careful restoration, is 443 sqm in size and preserves parts from the 18th century but was rebuilt in the late 19th century and was renovated in the 1940s to the present appearance. A truly unique opportunity for those who want to live representatively in a scenic environment with royal glory, just a few hundred meters from Stockholm's inner city.
This is a so-called homeowner where the buildings are owned but the land is leased by the State Property Agency with a lease fee of 67,600 SEK / year. The house may be renovated inside without restrictions. Exterior changes that change the character of the house require special permission.
Hagaparken is part of the Royal National Park and is perhaps Sweden's premier example of an "English park". Large lawns, semi-open gardens mixed with forests characterize the Hagapark.