This exhilarating opportunity is to own an 50% share of a Historic Palace Complex currently in the process of being turned into a high-end retirement home.

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The Palace (the old and new parts) has been listed in the register of national heritage buildings by decision of the Zielona Gora District Conservation Office on 17/10/1973 under number 2027.
The park has been listed in the historic parks register on 27/12/1983 under number 3203.
The Main Palace Building (the old part)
Erected in 1800, single-storey with basement under a part of the building, and partly usable loft. It is based on a long rectangular shape; the walls are built with a traditional brick, the roof with pitched, dual aspect is covered with clinker roof tiles. Usable space – 608.80 m2.
The Main Building (the new part)
Erected in 1886, two storeys with basement and usable loft. The shape of the base is two rectangles connected at the right angle; the walls are built with a traditional brick, the roof with pitched, dual aspect is covered with clinker roof tiles. One the sides of the building there are two, multi-sided turrets with roof covered with copper plates.
Usable space – 534 m2.

A Parts Storage – included in the heritage conservation.
Usable space – 663.80 m2
Residential building – included in the heritage conservation.
Usable space – 68.70 m2
Residential building – included in the heritage conservation.
Usable space – 35.12 m2
Two garages, barn, glass house and other out buildings.

Park, it has two parts:
a) area of 2.4284 ha, around the Palace buildings, the age of trees is 50-100 years, comprising of maple, sycamore, chestnut, spruce, oak, beech, lime and other,
b) woodland area of 10.6873 hectare, established in 19th century and comprising of around 20 different species, mainly acacia and spruce, in the age between 50 and 140 years.

The Palace (the old and new parts) has been listed in the register of national heritage buildings by decision of the…

Posted by Plutos Power Team on Tuesday, 19 March 2019

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