Buying Property in Poland
The Definitive Guide to
Buying Polish Property

What does 'Recreational House' mean?

Find out what Recreational House means. Recreational House is explained by Tim Hill - author of Buying Property in Poland

Recreational House

As the name suggests a recreational house is one for leisure time. These are popular in Poland because the summers are very hot while the winters are very cold!

To counter this many Poles live in a city apartment during the winter which has excellent insulation and is cheaper to heat.

During the summer at weekends, and often for longer breaks, they will have a recreational house which is more than often located in the countryside by forests or a lake taking advantage of the extensive and unspoilt country side that Poland still has to offer.

These houses are not fully insulated and so while it may be possible to stay in them for several months from spring to autumn, they would be extremely expensive to heat over the winter.

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"... they often build smaller houses not meant for the winter. Polish houses can be divided into three categories: Residential Houses Recreational Houses Mansion Houses - Residential Houses - - Pre-war houses - The pre-war wood built house is usually a one-storey bungalow. It ..."
"...Recreational Houseuilt house is usually a one-storey bungalow. It will have a kitchen with a wood or coal-burning stove that will also provide heat to the rest of the property. The windows are not truly double-glazed but are of a traditional construction. One window on the inside of the property opens ..."
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"... house. If it is built to the borders of the plot and a neighbour decides to do the same thing, life can start to feel very crowded. - Recreational Houses - Often confused by foreign buyers because of their very low price, Polish recreational houses are built for holidays and weekends, not ..."
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"... thing, life can start to feel very crowded. - Recreational Houses - Often confused by foreign buyers because of their very low price, Polish Recreational Houses are built for holidays and weekends, not year round use. As such they are not usually insulated to the same extent as residential ..."
"...Recreational Houses can either be found scattered across the countryside or in complexes of all sizes ranging from four or five to hundreds. The more isolated tend to be more peaceful while the ones in complexes usually have better amenities nearby like bars, restaurants and shops. As mentioned earlier many of ..."
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"... houses. It is common practice for Poles who are out of the country or not using their Recreational Houses to rent them out on a weekly basis providing those who do not want the hassle of maintaining a second house with a low cost holiday, usually in very picturesque surroundings. - ..."

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Chapter 9: The Regions
"...Recreational Housets refer to any tenancy over six months as well as student lets when specified in the text. Summer holiday lets can cover apartments, houses and Recreational Houses. Office and commercial space includes retail units. Hotels and conference centres may mean both or either and is clarified in the What ..."
"...Recreational Householiday lets as well as hotels, Recreational Houses and retirement and lifestyle homes are all to be found anywhere within 50 kilometres of the Czech border, especially close to the numerous spa towns. Better infrastructures and local amenities exist in towns such as Jelenia Góra, Wałbrzych and Świdnica with ski ..."

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