serwiszglossie

 

For sale

A villa and land with an area
of ​​approximately 1.5 ha (15000 m 2 ).

 

Price: 57 000 EUR 

 

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Price: 43 000 EUR 

only with plot No. 27 (red)



 

 

The ground floor and attic are approx. 216 m 2

The basement has approximately 100 m 2

There are two independent apartments in the house, on the ground and first floors. The apartment on the ground floor has a kitchen with a utility room, a kitchen, a bathroom, 4 rooms and a hall.

On the first floor there is a kitchen, a bathroom, 3 rooms, a large living room and a staircase.

Both apartments have separate entrances.

The house is located in Poland, in the municipality of Sepopol, Bartoszyce County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, 10 km from Bartoszyce, 80 km from Olsztyn, 70 km from Gizycko. (East Prussia)

The object is a monument. After the Olsztyn conservationist, the house was built in the 2nd half of the XIXth century. Built in the 19th century.

 

Villa architecture description:

The building is ridge to the road. Brick masonry, plastered with wooden ceilings, wooden rafter-tick roof truss with bracing and knee wall.

Erected on a rectangular plan with a two and a half-truncated corner with a hallway parallel to the long side of the building. Single-storey villa, basement. Four-axis front elevation. In a high plastered pedestal there are rectangular basement windows. Rectangular ground floor windows in slatted, plastered ear ties. Window pediments occur in the form of panels with concave oval shorter sides crowned with a stretch of cornice. The windows in the elbow wall are rectangular. The crowning cornice occurs in the form of a stepped-profiled strip passing in sections to gable facades.

The right part of the building has a cut corner protruding above the roof slope. In the basement, two twin windows to the front elevation windows. On the first floor, rectangular windows in flat strips. A trasteal peak. Next to it, two-axis gable facades. In the basement, one twin window for the front elevation windows. Storey windows in strips with lugs. Above the windows, oval slats in the form of pediments and a flowable slat covering the windows. The summit is crowned with triangular pediments richly profiled from pinnacles. In the second gable facade on the central axis, a rectangular door opening is framed by a stripe band with ears.

Double-leaf door paneling with transom. At the top, two windows and two diaphragms in plastered strips. A round hole at the top. Outside, a staircase with a wooden baluster railing. Inside, a barrel vault in the basement

 

 

There is a way to get funding for renovation.

 

Villa architecture description:

The building is ridge to the road. Brick masonry, plastered with wooden ceilings, wooden rafter-tick roof truss with bracing and knee wall. Erected on a rectangular plan with a two and a half-truncated corner with a hallway parallel to the long side of the building. Single-storey villa, basement. Four-axis front elevation. In a high plastered pedestal there are rectangular basement windows. Rectangular ground floor windows in slatted, plastered ear ties. Window pediments occur in the form of panels with concave oval shorter sides crowned with a stretch of cornice. The windows in the elbow wall are rectangular. The crowning cornice occurs in the form of a stepped-profiled strip passing in sections to gable facades. The right part of the building has a cut corner protruding above the roof slope. In the basement, two twin windows to the front elevation windows. On the first floor, rectangular windows in flat strips. A trasteal peak. Next to it, two-axis gable facades. In the basement, one twin window for the front elevation windows. Storey windows in strips with lugs. Above the windows, oval slats in the form of pediments and a flowable slat covering the windows. The summit is crowned with triangular pediments richly profiled from pinnacles. In the second gable facade on the central axis, a rectangular door opening is framed by a stripe band with ears. Double-leaf door paneling with transom. At the top, two windows and two diaphragms in plastered strips. A round hole at the top. Outside, a staircase with a wooden baluster railing. Inside, a barrel vault in the basement.

 

 

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