Entrance gate and stable from Stary Las, 2nd half of 19th century
It was constructed at the beginning of 19th century. It is composed of two parts, differing with respect to structure, under a common thatched gable roof. The proper gateway is constructed of wood as beam structure, boarded on the one gable side. The second part is a utility room, formerly functioning as a stable, built of bricks and stones. From the road, the entrance gateway has gates for carts and a separate wicket for pedestrians with a semi-circular finial. In the wooden part, there is an entrance to the attic for hay storage located above the brick stable.