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Wade Through Knickknacks in This Bonkers Swedish Cottage

Lily di Costanzo
December 3, 2013

While the motherland of Ikea has many stylishly minimalist homes to offer, this Falköping, Sweden cottage—on the market for about $107K—is absolutely not one of them. Sure, from the outside the 1937 home looks rather modest and quaint, but interior shots show what might just be the most clutter-filled 958 square feet in all of Sweden. To name just a few of the oddball collections on display in this cramped abode, there seems to be a distinct penchant for stuffed animals, off-season holiday decorations, and unconvincing fake flowers. The most horrifying troll statue of all time also makes an appearance in more than one listing photo, as does a small mountain of liquor bottles (not unlike those one might find in a quaint Swedish frat house). According to the brokerbabble, there are two bedrooms and well-maintained hardwood floors buried deep, so do keep an eye out for them:

· Idrottsgatan 25, Falköping, Sweden [Svensk Fastighetsförmedling viaHooked On Houses]

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