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South facade, facing the Norrström river.
|Architectural style||Baroque Revival|
|Town or city||Stockholm|
|Current tenants||Stefan Löfven, Prime Minister of Sweden|
|Client||The Sager family|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Jean René Pierre Litoux|
The Sager House lies between: Rosenbad, the Government Chancellery (on the west); and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs (the former Arvfurstens Palats) and the Royal Swedish Opera on Gustav Adolfs torg (on the east).
It lies across from the Parliament House (Riksdag) building (on the island Helgeandsholmen), and the Royal Palace (on the island Stadsholmen), and is connected with them over the Norrström River through the Riksbron and Norrbro bridges, respectively.
The first historical records of a building on the site are from the 1640s. In 1880 the property was purchased by the Sager brothers. The Sager Palace was owned by the Sager family from 1880 to 1986.
In 1988 the building was purchased by the Swedish State to be turned into the official residence of the Prime Minister of Sweden. Formerly there was no official residence for the head of government. The first Prime Minister to use the building after an extensive renovation for its new use was Göran Persson (1996-2006). Fredrik Reinfeldt moved in after the Swedish general election, 2006.
- Harpsund Manor — another official residence of the Swedish Prime Minister.
- Prime Minister of Sweden
- Government of Sweden
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