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Charming Two Bedroom Farmhouse and Land, Lukow, Poland

$106,948 | £76,931 | €88,500
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Charming Two Bedroom Farmhouse and Land, Lukow, Poland

Euroresales Property iD - 9826014

Property Overview

Experience all the wonder that the beautiful city of Lukow has to offer with this amazing farmhouse set in a peaceful area just outside the city.

Located in a quiet, peaceful area, yet just 10 minutes away from the city of Lukow. The site features a 2 bedroom main house as well as a range of farm-buildings/out-buildings and a substantial private garden area to enjoy the surroundings in, all set on a plot totalling 5.3684 hectares (approx. 13 acres). The main house has a full attic space with potential to convert to additional living space / rooms (subject to planning permission).

Not only is this farmhouse a comfortable, spacious and modern place to live, it is also a wonderful investment into the lucrative holiday rental market, of which Poland is one of the fastest growing areas thanks to its fascinating and unique history.

The house is within walking distance of the local village of Aleksandrow, which has a school and a grocery shop. The property is also within easy walking distance of several large woodlands. This is also a great base from which to discover many other wonderful parts of Poland's culture, as it is close to places like Lublin and the stunning capital Warsaw (only 1.5 hours by train, or 2 hours by car). For those who wish to venture further, the area is also a great point from which to explore other nearby countries such as Belarus, Slovakia and Ukraine.

Property Details/Features

Huge 13-acre plot
Set far back from the road, and with nearest neighbouring houses at least 100 metres away, it is quiet and private.
Surrounded by forests and farmland, in traditional Polish countryside, yet only 10 minutes' drive to the town of Lukow.
The house and outbuildings are set back from the local country lane, and so is very quiet.
Charming main house with 2 bedrooms, living room, bathroom, kitchen/diner, 2 entrance halls and boiler room.
Kitchen/diner featuring a traditional built-in tiled wood burning stove.
The house boasts a heavy-duty wood/coal central heating boiler system, housed in a separate room.
Main house floor area is 85m2.
Large, lush private garden area with trees and much potential.
Range of farm-buildings / out-buildings, the main outbuilding is approximately 130m2, with official certificate for dairy farm livestock.
The main outbuilding, which is right next to the main house, is a very substantial concrete/stone build, with large cellar, currently housing a summer room and garage, and has potential for conversion to additional living or storage space, subject to planning permission.
Large timber built barn.
Beyond the garden are two ponds with fish.
Massive potential in the ever-growing polish holiday rental market.
The land beyond the house and garden, in front and behind is flat, and currently set to grass, with good potential, including possibly horse/equestrian facilities, or camping/glamping/yurts/cabins (subject to planning).
Just ten minute drive from centre of Lukow, which has all the facilities you would expect from a modern city.
Just ten minutes from Lukow's fascinating regional museum.
Forests and woodlands within walking distance from the property.
Within a few hours' drive to many excellent ski resorts such as Parchatka.
Just 30 minutes from the beautiful Jata nature reserve (
Great base from which to discover other cities such as Lublin and Warsaw (Warsaw is only 1.5 hours by train, or 2 hours by car).
Close to other countries such as Belarus, Ukraine and Slovakia.

About the area

Łukow is a city in eastern Poland with 30,727 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2005). Since 1999, it has been situated in the Lublin Voivodeship, previously it had belonged to the Siedlce Voivodeship (between 1975-1998). it is the capital of Łukow County.

The Łukow Land is worth being explored by bike. What will surely help here is the 330-kilometer long network of bicycle routes that are an excellent attraction for those seeking activity and an alternative to staying in a crowded city.

The historical capital of these lands is Łukow. in the city there are two Baroque church and monastery complexes from the 18th century - one post-Bernardine and one post-Piarist. Part of the monastery buildings house the Regional Museum with rich ethnographic, geological and archaeological collections.

Nearby town of Stoczek Łukowski, picturesquely located by the Świder River and surrounded by forests, became famous for the first victorious battle of the Polish army in the November Uprising. This event is commemorated by a monument from 1931 erected on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the battle. Another obligatory place to visit is Wola Okrzejska, a place of birth of the where the Polish Nobel Prize winner, Henryk Sienkiewicz. The local museum has a rich collection of family photographs, writer's personal souvenirs, as well as a unique collection of the first editions of his works.

An attractive point of the trip will definitely be Wola Gułowska, with the Sanctuary of the Mother of God, Patron of the Soldiers of September. it's one of the largest baroque churches in the region, erected at the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries. At the parish cemetery we can see the headquarters of General Kleeberg's soldiers from the independent Operational Group "Polesie", who died between 3 and 5 of October 1939. Their memory is popularized by the Museum of the Kleeberg Soldiers' Fighting Act.

An attractive area is the Jata Nature Reserve, where among the ancient firs one can spot various species of animals and plants. The area of the reserve was also the stage of numerous events from the times of the November Uprising, January Uprising, and ii World War, all of them accurately commemorated.

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