Coach House, Warszowice, 19th c.

A narrow-fronted building with an entrance gate in the gable wall. The coach house is built on a rectangular plan of 7.50x5.20m. A rafter-and-collar-beam roof with a large canopy at the front, providing shelter for repair works on carriages and farming equipment. The age of the building is not known. However, it is estimated to have been built in the mid-19th century. The house belonged to an eastern expatriate who obtained it from the authorities of Warszowice, as a so-called post-German property.