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    Smile Abandoned Drug Dealers Mansion!


    Today we ventured into some fields by Fenstanton and found what we thought had been demolished! The abandoned drug dealers mansion! Sadly at the moment it is completely sealed but you can gane access by figuring out the key code! We circled the building and it looked quite big. Warning we believe the building is alarmed.

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    Keys to the building are in this box!



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    Hope u enjoyed!

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    Mansion?? It's an average empty bungalow. The key pad is for accessing a set of keys, usually used by agency nurses and carers making day visits to elderly patients. It doesn't look alarmed, I doubt the keypad is current or active, and it doesn't appear to have anything inside to warrant hoping to gain access. Thanks for posting it, but your description is a little OTT. :)

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    From the pics it doesn't look as if it's bin lived in for awhile, can't see an obvious reason to demolish it though, Thanks
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    [QUOTE=smiler;338000 can't see an obvious reason to demolish it though, Thanks[/QUOTE]

    The land is worth far more than what sits on it at the present - so grub up the trees and foliage, erect a dozen shoe boxes and pocket the proceeds. Tidy profit, even after greasing a couple of hands! Sadly this place is an example of an all to common occurrence - the last survivor of a marriage/partnership ends up bed ridden in their last abode and eventually dies. As this place does not have the look of an abandoned , intestate property, I suspect that it may have been sold and planning problems have caused a hic-up. Could be way out of course and the relatives just do not want to sell, come across that a few times also. Also, the keys WOULD have been in the box - big difference!

    As said; very OTT and likely to attract the wrong types - still a very nice set of images.
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    I think you're getting enthusiastically mixed up with Wendreda House in March which was indeed a huge grow-op mansion that was raided by police and is now abandoned.
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    Damn this is epic
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    thank you Smiler :D

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    ive never heard of Wendreda House

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    Keycode.....

    Lols.
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