Atri is the name of a spectacular villa built on the shore of Lake Vanern, the largest lake in Sweden, surrounded by breathtaking views. It immediately stands out due to the A-frame design and futuristic glass exterior, revealing a wooden interior structure unfolding over three levels, connected through staircases.
This house was designed to be entirely off-grid in any season, with its own systems for electricity, heating, and water collecting, including solar cells that are integrated into the glass frame. Fresh drinking water comes from the drilled well that’s included on the property, while fresh vegetables and herbs can be grown inside the house’s spectacular greenhouse. As Naturvillan puts it, the house reveals “your own dream garden inside a greenhouse with a breathtaking high ceiling filled with brightness.”
The “climate-smart” architecture enables the Atri villa to stay warm in winter and cool during the summer. Its power grid is enough to power not only the house, but also an electric car that would integrate perfectly into this self-sustainable paradise. You would get your own electricity and grow your own food while living on an isolated property in the middle of nature.
At the same time, the owner would be enjoying the comfort of a sumptuous bedroom on the first floor, with a private luxury bathroom and plenty of space for wardrobes. The second floor has enough space for more bedrooms, in addition to a library and a balcony. The final “stop” is the spectacular roof terrace.
This unique eco-friendly villa that’s self-sustainable and luxurious at the same time is up for grabs, through ERA Europe, for €855,000 ($738,000).