An uninhabited, hundred-year-old manor in Łyczyn near Piaseczno is on fire. This is the second fire in the building in a week. The fire started on a partially burnt roof. Firefighters carry out a firefighting operation. There are no injured people.
The manor is located on the route between Konstancin and Góra Kalwaria. This is the second fire in the building this week.
– This time the fire appeared again on the roof, already in a partially burnt part. Six fire engines are at the scene. Firefighters started the firefighting operation. There are no injured people, Artur Węgrzynowicz, a reporter for tvnwarszawa.pl, found out.
As the reporter added after the previous fire, the roof was badly damaged and collapsed inside. On Thursday, April 20, a fire also broke out on the roof of the building. The fire then covered about three quarters of the area. The fire was developing in the space of the attic and roof sheathing. There were no casualties at the time, and the firefighting operation ended after a few hours.
The manor house is in private hands
As we read on the website polskizabytki.pl, the manor house was built in the interwar period at the request of the Potulicki family. In the 1930s it belonged to Count. Józef Potulicki. Just before the start of World War II, it passed into the possession of Stanisław Plebański. In the 1990s, it belonged to the PGR Obory and was used as private apartments for employees of the Agricultural Experimental Plant. It is currently owned by a private person.
Main photo source: Artur Węgrzynowicz/tvnwarszawa.pl