Residential house, Zofiówka
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A wooden house from the late 19th century, located in homestead no. 5 in Zofiówka, is a building with regional value. The house has a log wooden structure and is an example of rural residential architecture included in a milling homestead from the late 19th century.

History The house was built by Stanisław Pachniak for a multi-generational family. His son, Stanisław - a miller and farmer, with his wife Melania, was a subsequent owner. Later, the house was taken over by a current owner, Danuta Sobolska, granddaughter of Stanisław and Melania. The building’s roof tiles were renovated three times. Currently, it is covered with Eternit. In the middle of the building a tile oven was installed. It functioned as a cooker. Formerly, the house had a wide front, but the porch at the front door from the side of the road rotted, so the entrance has been located in the end wall ever since.

Description

The building is located at the side road of Zofiówka village, located between Iłża and Lipsko on the Krępianka river. The house is aligned with the road with its longitudinal wall, facing west, while its front faces north and the farmyard. Behind the feature, there is a water reservoir surrounded by trees. The entire holding is situated on the edge of a small wood. The road at which the house stands is perpendicular to the main road leading to Lipsko. The building’s foundations are made of a stone wall bound with clay, cemented. The ground plate is made of oak wood in the form of chipped bales, logs joined by saddle notch, walls made of pine wood, planked bales, log structure reinforced by studs, weatherboarded, corners joined by saddle notch. Walls insulated by moss. Roof truss made of pine wood, with a rafter structure with a standing king post; rafters planted on ceiling beams, joined by sockets and pins; king post reinforces rafters. Initially, the roof was covered with roof tiles, now it is topped with Eternit. Floors made of oak planks only in the kitchen. The hall and chambers include clay floors (threshing floor). The ceiling closed on ceiling boards, plastered. The building was built on an elongated rectangular plan as a narrow-bay building. It was set on an asymmetric plan with a separate vestibule and a centripetal arrangement. Stairs lead from the vestibule to the attic. Gable roof, medium; low walls. Wall plate projecting before the walls on the outside. Wooden façades of the building resting on a stone underpinning, weatherboarded; straight weatherboarding; a batten is found directly above the underpinning; above, boards nailed vertically; horizontal weatherboarding above another batten, partitioned by window and door openings. Gables of side walls include boards nailed vertically; door and window in the end wall facing south are boarded up. Wooden doors - four external doors, including three one-wing and one two-wing door. Single, weatherboarded; panelled door in the wider wall. Door frames of the box type fixed to wall bales. Panelled, painted doors. Three internal, one-wing doors, four two-wing doors, single blacksmithed metal hinges. Door frames fixed to wall bales. Split and tripartite windows, with three and six panes, single. Painted window frames, fixed to wall bales running from the ground plate to the wall plate. Simple interior, plastered, whitewashed walls.

The feature can be viewed only from the outside.

Compiled by , Regional Branch of the National Heritage Board of Poland in Warsaw, 29-10-2014.

Bibliography

  • Karta ewidencyjna zabytku architektury i budownictwa tzw Karta Biała, A. Malewska - Szałygin, sierpień 1998 r.

General information

  • Type: residential building
  • Chronology: koniec XIX w.
  • Form of protection: register of monuments
  • Address: Zofiówka
  • Location: Voivodeship mazowieckie, district lipski, commune Lipsko - obszar wiejski
  • Source: National Heritage Board of Poland

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