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    Not much info on this place. Its in a stunning location in the Tamar valley and has been empty since 2011.

    Finally arrived at this place after failing about 12 other locations just a shame when we got here it had already started to get dark and raining so unfortunately no outside shots of this place.


























































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    A nice collection of photographs but with a hint of sadness. The photograph with the elderly lady holding a teddy bear, that's the same teddy sitting on the bookshelf next picture down. The person who lived here (that lady in the picture?) must have been an avid book reader.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    I do so hope the pond scum tried the booze, nice one HA, well shot, Thanks
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    This is one of my fav places. Talking of booze, in one of the out buildings he made his own wine, loads bottles and tank fermenting the brew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddsup View Post
    This is one of my fav places. Talking of booze, in one of the out buildings he made his own wine, loads bottles and tank fermenting the brew.
    Same, I have made some half hearted attempts at tracking down owners. I think that house is still saveable for now, the location is stunning.

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