Abandoned Palace restored to its former beauty after being left to rot - Before and After

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Before picture of the abandoned 2009 Baroque Brauchitschdorf Palace, Poland.Photo byReddit

After picture of restoration done in 2014 of the Baroque Brauchitschdorf Palace, Poland.Photo byReddit

Abandoned mansion in Poland was left to rot. But now it's been restored to its former beauty.

As I was digging around, I came across this beautiful mansion, or, as it's been known to many, palace. This structure, as you can see, has undergone a major rehab and remodel, bringing it back to life from where it once stood. (As you can tell from the before and after photos.)

Old Polish Chrustenik, which means shrubbery or brushwood, was the name given to the settlement when it was first documented in 1222. At that time, the parish church was under the patronage of a Boleslaw von Brauchitsch. Up until the year 1633, this area was owned by nobility descended from the Brauchitsch family.

In the years 1723 and 1728, construction began on the "Baroque Brauchitschdorf Palace," which was later expanded in 1909. After the end of World War II, the Red Army ransacked and looted the structure. In September of 1976, there was a fire that caused significant damage to the structure. The remains were purchased from the Polish state by a Polish businessman named Dariusz Miek, who then started the process of repairing the palace.

From the little bit of information I could gather, it appears that construction to restore this massive structure started in late 2009 and finished sometime in 2014.

If awarded this beautiful structure, what would you do with it? Would you live in it? Would you sell it? Let me know in the comments below.

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