House Crazy Sarah found this charming home in Poznan, Poland.
Poznan is a city halfway between Warsaw and Berlin and is known for its old town with Renaissance-style buildings in an old market square. The town hall’s clock features mechanical goats that butt heads at noon. Fun!
This villa is currently listed for sale for the equivalent of $385,733.74 USD.
It was built in the year 1920 and has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.
Ding, ding, come on in!
Many vintage features survive in this house, including doors, flooring, and radiators.
It looks like the current owners have enjoyed nesting here for a long time.
House Crazy Sarah loves homes that are lived in – real homes that do not appear staged as though they are in a professional photoshoot.
A traditional white Polish fireplace is the focal point of this busy room with raspberry-colored walls.
The villa also features a well-stocked home library:
The kitchen was remodeled at some point but is charming nonetheless.
Love the green walls!
Although there is only one bathroom in this house, it is quite spacious…
Every Polish bathroom must have a wooden head!
Who could it be… a beloved ancestor? A famous Polish figure?
Although only one of the three bedrooms is shown in the listing photos, it is a richly decorated historic time capsule of a room.
The large windows are just lovely.
As is the quaint courtyard outside:
Hopefully, the new owners will honor the history and beauty of this house as its current owners clearly have.
ps…. House Crazy Sarah loves looking at old & unique house listings all over the world, so if you have a home abroad you would like featured, drop her a line!
Omg, the vibrant interior colors look like the ones found in Key West, Florida. I wish I had enough courage for my own walls to be so bold. It definitely energizes me, just looking at them.
I love the color too Terri!