The website has listed the ten most expensive streets to live in Stockholm. The absolutely most expensive apartments can be found on Singelbacken, where the price per square meter (1 square meter is 10.7 square feet), is SEK 112,913 ($16,727).
“Even if you could afford it, it may not be possible to buy an apartment there,” says Booli’s Managing Director Anders Kyhlstedt. “There is nothing for sale there at the moment.” Well, there are other streets if you have the dough. You can, for instance buy a 4-room apartment on Nordenskiöldsgatan for SEK 14.5 million ($2.14 million). That will get you 145 square meters (1,560.76701 square feet) and a great panoramic view of Beckholmen, Waldermarsudde, Nybroviken and Slussen. And you’ll have banker and industrialist Marcus Wallenberg as a neighbor. “If you’re interested then act now, only once or twice a year is there something available there,” Kyhlstedt advices. How about beautiful Strandvägen then - where stars like Per Gessle (of Roxette) and action actor Dolph Lundgren both have apartments? Strandvägen is the fourth most expensive street in Stockholm. The asking price here is an average of SEK 19,113,158 ($2,828,000). Per square meter that is SEK 96,692 ($14,300). Kyhlstedt says the nearness to the water and good views are important factors in why these apartments are so expensive. We'll take you through some of the expensive areas of Stockholm in the next Stockholm Walkabout
The 10 most expensive streets:
1. Singelbacken
2. Nordenskiöldsgatan
3. Kaknäsvägen
4. Strandvägen
5. Ragvaldsgatan
6. Fjällgatan
7. Ulrikagatan
8. Skeppsbron
9. Uggelviksgatan
10. Västerlånggatan.