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Score a converted train station home in Sweden for $318K

Attention all brick lovers! If you’ve never dreamed of living in a converted train station, this stellar example in southern Sweden, near the city of Malmö, might change that immediately. Designed by Folk Zettervall, a noted Swedish architect who was the head architect for Swedish State Railways between 1895 and 1930, the three-story brick beauty has been impressively restored.
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