From 1917 to 1939 in the possession of the Gmurowski family. The name of the village was then changed to Gmurowo. The currently existing eclectic - neo-Renaissance palace was built in 1871. A large park with a small pond surrounds the palace from the east. There is also a grain store from the former farm buildings. At present, the chateau is in private hands, thanks to which it has regained its former glory after being almost completely ruined.
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Living area554 m²
|Living area||554 m²|
|Total area||1106 m²|
|Area of other spaces||356 m²|
|Measurements based on||Building plan|
|Assisted living residence||Yes|
|Views||Yard, Backyard, Front yard, Private courtyard, Nature|
|Floor surfaces||Tile, Marble, Wood, Concrete|
Building and property details
|Roof type||Gable roof|
|Energy certificate class||A|
|Heating||Oil heating, Wood and pellet heating, Furnace or fireplace heating|
|Building materials||Wood, Brick, Concrete, Log|
|Roof materials||Ceramic tile|
|Facade materials||Concrete, Brickwork siding|
|Common areas||Equipment storage|
|Lot area||91668 m²|
|Number of parking spaces||4|
|Number of buildings||2|
|Planning situation||Detailed plan|
|Municipality engineering||Water, Sewer, Electricity|
Energy certificate class
|Insurance||300 € / year (estimate)|
|Transfer tax||2 %|
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