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    Default Abandoned House. Solihull. Feb 2010


    Just an abandoned house we stumbled across in a street - odd how this one has just been left behind the bushes!


















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    What a weird looking house. And FIRE DAMAGE

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    Unusual,I would've thought a property like that would be too valuable to be left sitting in Solihull
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    Very odd how it's been left like that.

    Love the random toilet. :D

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    I know, its very odd just left in the middle of a street behind a lot of growth. I might investigate the upstairs at some point but we went without a torch or anything when stumbling across it. Lovely sized house though.

    Thanks for your comments :)

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    lovely little house, what a shame. Can you PM me the address/road it's on ?


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