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New restored building ready to use

2,900,000 €
  • Total area
    154,600 m²
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Features
  • Built in 1845
  • Foreclosure

The current building was constructed between 1845 and 1846, in the Neo-Renaissance style, and was designed by a Berlin architect, a student of the renowned conservator and architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel-Friedrich August Stüler. The palace is a two-story building with a tower, which originally had a communication function. It has a horizontal architectural layout, a simple form, consisting of two cuboidal solids and a chapel and a tower that is an architectural dominant and a vantage point. Its neo-Renaissance character is confirmed by symmetrically placed openwork terrace connecting the palace with a romantic English park and rustication enriching the elevation.

The object after a COMPLETE SPECIFIC TIME REVITALIZATION using the latest technology and best materials.

Interior

Total usable area 1546.02 m², including: (-1) Basement area 366.6 m²: – SPA: SAUNA SUCHA, SAUNA MOKRA, GROTA SOLNA, JACUZZI, relaxation room– checkrooms with bathrooms for guests (ladies’ and men’s)– 4 massage/rehabilitation rooms. – Kitchen facilities (WINDA goods on level + 1)– technical rooms

(0) Ground floor area 403.43 m²: – entrance hall with reception– kitchen– office with social facilities– consumption/restaurant rooms– library– baroque/club room– guest bathrooms

(+ 1) First floor of the usable area 397.86 m²: – 9 guest rooms with bathrooms– All-wall glazed orangery for fitness/ rehabilitation room

(+ 2) Second floor of the usable area 378.13 m² – 10 guest rooms with bathrooms– 2-storey apartment in a viewing tower

Equipment

– BERTRAND window and door joinery

– 4x entrance doors for special orders

– external insulation made of mineral wool

– in bathrooms Hansgrohe mixers, Villeroy & Boch tiles, washbasins and toilets (for the disabled) Duravit

– carpet in corridors and rooms of Newmore company, suitable for underfloor heating and wheelchair users

– rooms adapted to people on wheelchairs, i. e. large bathrooms, doors 100 cm wide, there were also made wall reinforcements for possible later installation of handles for the disabled

– First floor – finishing of the parquet floor; wooden window sills in the color of window woodwork;

– partially wooden openwork ceiling

– hall and corridor finished with glaze

– in common parts on the walls vinyl wallpaper, in the rooms painted walls

– Kitchen equipped with kitchen appliances received by the Sanepid (equipment partly new and partly slightly used).

Advantages

– grounded HEAT Pump (more than 80m of boreholes)

– CLIMATIZATION and ventilation – the whole facility

– underfloor heating – the whole object

– possibility of mounting the cameras on the whole object (i. e. cabling in corridors, common areas and outside)

– wiring in rooms for hotel TV, wifi

– WINDA for persons connecting all storeys (8 persons)

– WINDA for goods/kitchen there is a pane (-1 to 0)

– 2 reconstructed, efficient tiled stoves

Location and nearby infrastructure

The village is located 25 km south-west of Toruń, Kujawska-Pomorskie province, Gniewkowo commune, very close to the junction of the A1 freeway (27km), and the entrance to the S10 (20km). It is located in the distance from the town:

– Inowroclaw – 15 km

– Toruń – 25 km

– Bydgoszcz – 49 km

– Poznan – 139km

– Łódź – 180km

– Warsaw – 233 km

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