No, your eyes don't deceive you; the floor plan is in Swedish. You can probably figure this out, but the "vardagsrum" is the living room, the "sovalkov" is the sleeping alcove and the "kok" is the kitchen. Again, the apartment is 35 square meters, or about 375 square feet. Should you be in the market for a home in Sweden, it can be yours for just under a million Swedish kronor -- about $145,000 at current exchange rates. It leases for about $250 a month, including heat, water, cable TV and Internet.
To see a couple more photos of the apartment (specifically, its exterior), visit Desire to Inspire's post.
If you liked this post, you might also like our post "Learn from an ultra-narrow house just 12 feet wide" or the aforementioned "Make a (very) small kitchen work harder."
We'd also love to hear from you -- especially if you're a homeowner or a professional who'd like to share photos of projects and products. You can email us at email@example.com, leave a comment below, visit our Facebook page, upload pictures to our Flickr group, or tweet us @YahooHomes. We're also on Pinterest.