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    Quote Originally Posted by RedX_unleashed View Post
    Great stuff, and such a peaceful setting. Nice to see most of the stain glass still intact.
    Cheers RedX, as we went through the gates we could see a few smashed windows and was pleasantly surprised at how little it had been vandalised. This must have been empty for 20+ years.




    Quote Originally Posted by oldscrote View Post
    Nice find that,interesting that the snooker table has no centre pockets
    Thanks oldscrote, i'm glad you pointed it out as i never noticed before

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    That's a nice villa. Has its own chapel and games room, the snooker table needs some work done to it. Overall the whole place need some cleaning and painting and it could be a nice holiday home. Looks to be worth about 750.000.
    I was quite surprised at what i was seeing and then to find the Chapel on just about the last room we looked in, made it all that much more special. Surely it is still worth saving and hopefully it will be rescued one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Lovely little chapel, sound job JSP, Thanks
    Thanks Smiler


    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    That little chapel is wonderful :)
    Cheers Mookstar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    I bet you were well happy to find something out there, and what a find! Great pics jsp, I love that chapel :)
    I was really happy to find this one Rubex and in walking distance too. Yes the chapel was a nice touch to finish off with

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    That's a great find on holiday.fancy being on holiday and going exploring.how naughty.great pics and looks like you had a great time
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    That's a great find on holiday.fancy being on holiday and going exploring.how naughty.great pics and looks like you had a great time
    cheers Mikey, would have been rude not to have had a look, had a great time too.

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    Whoa amazing find! Nice pics, thanks!
    Jay
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    Wow! What a beautiful building! Really nice :)
    "I'm not sure I'm adult yet"
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