Sofieberg is a five floor building located in the North of Lund, the address is Warholmsväg 2 A. A grocery store and bus stop for buses to central Lund are just a stone's throw away. Here we can offer you one bedroom apartments and also rooms for one person in a two bedroom apartment. Five apartments are suitiable for families as they are two bedroom apartments. Please note that if you stay in a room in a shared apartment you will share kitchen and bathroom with another guest researcher, with shared responsibility for keeping the apartment tidy and nice. View or download the map of our housing areas in Lund
20 rooms in a two bedroom apartment suitiable for single persons, 16 one bedroom apartments suitiable for couples and 5 two bedroom apartments suitiable for small families.
Rent range (can be subject to changes):
Room in a two bedroom Apt: appr. SEK 6115 / month (per tenant)
One bedroom Apt: appr. SEK7000-8000 / month (per apartment)
Two bedroom Apt: appr. SEK 9400 / month (per apartment)
Size of bedrooms:
Room in a two bedroom Apt = 12 - 13 square metres
One bedroom Apt = 37,8 – 55,8 square metres
Two bedroom Apt= 72,5 square metres
Tenants in the building:
International guest researchers and international students live in this housing area
Please remember that you need to activate your tag every third day for it to work on your door. You activate it by holding it to the reader by either the elevators or by the door reaching the staircase.
The laundry room is found on ground level and is reached from the courtyard, just beside the bicycle storage rooms. You book your time by using your tag.
Owner of the building:
Emergencies & disturbances outside office hours:
Call LU-Security 046-222 08 00
Distance to the centre of Lund:
Approximately 2 km
Internet is included in the rent. The internet provider is Bahnhof.
ICA Tuna, in the residence area
How to report a fault or problem in your apartment:
Report your problem online by filling out the maintenance request form
Adress:Warholmsväg 2 A, 223 63 Lund
Please note: The apartments look different inside and are not uniform to each other. furniture can vary and be replaced over time.