Manor house in Podstolice

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Manor house in Podstolice
Dwór w Podstolicach
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Manor house in Podstolice is located in Poland
Manor house in Podstolice
Location within Poland
General information
Type Manor house
Architectural style Neoclassicism
Location Podstolice, Września County, Poland
Country Poland
Coordinates 52°19′47.75″N 17°28′4.60″E / 52.3299306°N 17.4679444°E / 52.3299306; 17.4679444
Construction started about 1890
Client count Hedogron Kierski
Owner Mrs and Mr Kareński
Technical details
Floor area 1200 m²
Manor house in Podstolice back

Manor house in Podstolice (Polish: Dwór w Podstolicach) - historic manor house in Podstolice, in Września Country, in Greater Poland.


This is a manor house of wooden construction from 1890, it has a basement and two floors. The building of 1200 m² is surrounded by a hundred-year-old park with a pond.


The history of the manor house goes back to the nineteenth century, when the owner of Podstolice village was count Hedogron Kierski. He started the construction of a neoclassical building in 1890. In 1920 the owner of Podstolice was Baron Stronbetzky. In the interwar period it became the property of the Polish State Treasury and its tenant was Stanisław Karłowski. Over the period of the Second World War the estate was managed by trustee (Treuhänder) Neubert. After the war it was under the management of Podstolice Provincial Land Office, and the area of the manor was managed in the 1950 by Agricultural Cooperative. Since 1992, the owners of the manor have been Mrs and Mr Kareński from Poznań.



  1. Manor house in Podstolice (in Polish),, retrieved 2 January 2013 .
  2. Szlak zamków, pałaców i dworów w Wielkopolsce (PDF) (in Polish), Poznań: Wielkopolska Organizacja Turystyczna, 2012, ISBN 978-83-61454-51-9 .

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