The Granary is a part of the urban layout of the old manor house in Gołaszewie. It was built in the late nineteenth century, has a simple but interesting structure, which gives the impression of tapering upward stepped pyramid with a truncated tip. This is a two-storey building. The ground floor in a form of a massive pedestal with buttresses at the corners, surmounted by a cornice separating indoor floors, is covered by a unique in our area Kraków type roof, which is an example of the beautiful carpentry work. The gates near the ramp are highlighted with risalite on the ground floor, crowned by a threefold cap.
The interior of the storehouse is entirely made of wood. Wooden floors, stamps, floor and stairs. Light enters here through the small window openings.
This charming place is used as a studio by Mieczysław Kalużny, the sculptor, who bought and restored the manor house with special care. Many sculptures of the artist are located in the manor house in Gołaszew.
Today the granary is owned by the municipality of Ożarow.