The Łazy Palace estate is an opportunity to own a part of the Chopin family heritage. It includes a 311 m², 12-room wing of a 19th-century palace on 4.37 ha of enclosed park land and has potential for commercial redevelopment as a hotel, resort, or performance center, drawing on its proximity to the Chopin birthplace museum in Żelazowa Wola and the estate’s links with the Chopin and Skarbek families. Łazy lies just south of Kampinos National Park, 20 km from Poland’s new air hub, and 40 km west of Warsaw.
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