A four-storey residential house, probably from the 1920s, situated on the slope of a terminal moraine, near the Waszkiewicz park. Very modern and innovative for those times, the villa was made of white plastered brick, later repainted yellow during renovation works. The form is decorated with horizontal stripes of clinker bricks arranged in the axis of the windows on the second and third floors. Dormers have been integrated into the plane of the hipped roof.
Piastowska 48, 66-620 Gubin, Poland
The beginning of the 20th century
Material: plastered brick, clinker brick
The facility is inaccessible to tourists. It is possible to see the building from the side of Piastowska Str.