Near the neo-Gothic Church of Archangel Michael and St. Anne, there is a wooden rectory built around 1917 to the design by Bogdan Treter, who at the time was the Head of the Regional Historical Preservation Office in Kraków. Besides the wooden church in the nearby Jabłonka and the small church in Liszna near Sanok, the rectory is one of the best examples of the Podhale architectural style in the Podkarpackie Region.
The log building made from larch wood has stone foundations. The outer walls are covered with shingles and the roof is clad with tiles. The building has a rectangular floor plan and comprises two verandas as well as an entry hall on the western side. It is a single-story structure; its central part is covered with a steep double-pitched roof, and the symmetrically located side sections also feature double-pitched roofs with triangular gable walls, with the motif of the setting sun, characteristic for the Podhale style. On the side wall there is a small avant-corps with doors leading into the hall and covered with a gablet roof. Inside there is a double-span, non-symmetrical layout.
Other notable landmarks here include Church of Archangel Michael and St. Anne with Baroque furnishings and 20th century wall paintings, as well as the 19th century classicist brick manor house and landscaped park.
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