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    Default The pigeon keepers house..


    Whilst up north I met up with a friend who gave me a tip off on this well hidden house.he saw it whilst out walking the hills.he kindly gave me the location.so I headed there.after going down a little track we parked and walked the rest of the way.it was a fairly large house with some nice out buildings.i got in the loft and found loads of pigeon baskets.the house did not have loads in but enough to keep me happy.with some nice features and interesting decor.







































    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    It showing signs of neglect but still worth renovating, maybe the location, assuming it for sale is off putting, personally I liked it, Lovely Pics Mikey, Thanks
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    Great pics as always mate, colours are amazing.

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    Top quality find, thanks for posting.

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    Excellent post. The house is in not too bad shape, a little bit of work and it could make a cosy retreat.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Thats a belter mate - i love your sets so much - thats defintly in my top five.
    great work buddy

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    Thank you all.glad you like my sets tazong.the house is Deffo very solid.no sign of any sale though
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Beautiful MM.

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    Oh my that decorating is...busy!
    Excellent shots as usual, thanks for sharing :)
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    I love the decor, features and furniture. Right up my alley!
    Great shots though, with a bit of work this could be a beautiful little hideaway. Thanks for sharing

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