The house was built in 1906 to serve as a model for the construction of private homes in Sweden. It originally included a barn, a garden and a “härbre” (a raised log cabin). It also served as residence for the director of the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture Museum.

What is here today
The unions SACO-S and SULF have their meeting rooms here.

Fun facts
The house is sometimes called “Ideala torpet” (the Ideal Cottage), since it was built as a model for what private homes could look like.