You Can Live Like a Hollywood Legend at Greta Garbo's Seaside Home in Sweden
Garbo, who was originally from Stockholm, was the star of Hollywood classics like the 1936 film “Camille” and 1935's “Anna Karenina.”
The traditional summer home was built in 1929, and has four buildings besides the main house: two cabins, a garage, and a brewing facility. The main house has three floors, including seven bedrooms and a basement, over 3,000 square feet. On the property, there is a private beach, a garden, and a forest surrounding the home.
Among the many gorgeous features of the home, there are also French balconies from a second-floor bedroom and a family room and a large terrace that overlooks the water.
According to real estate broker Werde, as reported by The Local, Garbo used her basement, which is decorated with a wall sculpture inspired by Swedish king Gustav Vasa, as a game room.
“It’s an amazing opportunity to convey such a historic property. The villa is truly an archipelago dream,” said Titti Johansson, the listing agent for Werde.
According to The Local, Greta Garbo's former Manhattan apartment sold for $8.5 million at the end of last year.