6087 sqft (566 sqm)
A mansion from the nineteenth century.
The last known owner was a wealthy German family Neumann. During World War II the mansion was partially destroyed by fire. In 2000, it has started being managed by current owners who are passionate in thorough repair of it and gave it its present appearance. The property has also been extended by other living and utility quarters ideally suiting to rare specimens of trees that are monuments of nature.
The property is suitable for recreational activities due to its location in the midst of many sports and tourism, as well as for a residential mansion that is now.
Nearby is a nature reserve Borek - white-tailed eagle habitat. In the village Turzyn function farms with sport horses where the competitions in horsemanship take place. In Olszewka that is located about 20 km away is a beautiful golf course. For fans of hunting within 1 km from the manor begins circuit for commercial hunting
In a very short distance there are also commercial fishing spots, with a suitably prepared infrastructure.
An additional attraction is the lake Szubin with furnished sandy beach, available in 20-minute bicycle ride.
The location of the property is undeniable advantage, because the distance form S5 expressway to the property is 7 kilometers, what makes it ideal for relaxation for residents of large cities in Poland and abroad.
The main building was built with red brick in the old part, the new parts were built in cellular concrete technology. The whole façade is insulated with mineral wool. High-quality wooden window frames. Wooden roof structure was entirely rebuilt. Wooden attic ceiling. Tiled roof by BRAAS (2006 year). Gutters and flashings by Titanic (2006 year). Clinker brick chimneys. The whole is finished with high quality materials.