Doesn't look like much from the outside and not very fun to get to through the thick trees but the inside offers a gorgeous bay window, wood details and an old bed. Check it out!
I remember this house well. It was a freezing cold day and I decided to run and "take a quick shot of this cool house". Well, upon closer inspection I realized the brick on the house was placed in the opposite direction then usual, which made it unique. As I quickly circled the house to get every angle I noticed an open door. Well, this "quick shot" turned into a full house explore. This home was a time capsule, my favourite! Everything was left inside, everything in place like the owner just walked away. The television and calendars really dated this home but it was amazing to see no vandalism and it was clear no one had been in the home for years. What a find.
The architecture, design and size of this house is what got my attention. Although, the faux brick siding leaves alot to be desired. The interior of the house was cleared out but still full of character. Unique french doors, wallpaper and it hade a tiny little staircase that went up to the third floor. Currently home to a family of racoons living on the top floor.
This old farmyard had it all, large farmhouse with stone foundation, outbuildings and barn. The house was the most interesting with few items left behind and the basement was stacked with gems like old wood crates, antique fire extinguisher globe and many other things. Curtains, wallpaper and paint were all still in good condition. The one item that stood out was a mallet that said "wife tamer" on it, hence the name.