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Timber country house land-registry no. 138 - Spálené Počíčí

Náměstí Svobody 138
Spálené Poříčí, 335 61

18th century timbered house, an example of folk architecture in the southern Podbrdsko area of Central Bohemia. Reconstructed after 2000, original shingle roof restored. Open-hearth kitchen is preserved in the interior, with part of the original heating. The house is now used as an information centre throughout the year.
 
 

The house is constructed in a traditional layout, with a low joist ceiling, entrance hall, open-hearth kitchen, surviving wood-fired bread ovens and little lighting fireplaces. The house was built in the 18th century, but joists from older 15th to 17th century houses were used for its construction.

It was originally part of the vicarage, where the sexton or other people associated with its life stayed.

A typical regional feature is the large clinker brick above the front gable and the rear gable of intertwined spruce branches plastered with clay. The timber part of the house is covered by plaster known as "fur coat".  

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