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    Default Detached House - Jan 19


    This small house has been on our list for a while but it's isolated location made it difficult for us to get there. Finally, earlier this year we had a chance to get a lift directly to the site, therefore we didn't hesitate...



    Detached House



    There will also be a report on the other house we visited on this day after this one. After we finished exploring that one, we had a long walk to this one which we were more intrigued by, and I focused the documentary styled video on below.





    I've never done one of these 'untouched' homes before so it was a great experience looking through all the items and remnants from other eras. The decay in the lounge room was great, with ivy sweeping in through the window frame, and growing all over the floor and up the walls, yet the fireplace ornaments still sat there without bother.



































































    That's all - sorry if the report is slightly picture heavy; I got carried away snapping closeups of the little bits and bobs dotted around. Believe me, I've cut the pictures down massively to this amount... ;)



    Here's the link for the documentary styled video we did on the two derelict homes we visited. We cover the site's present and future through cinematics and narration:

    (this explore begins at 4.34)



    https://youtu.be/Wc7qmUffldE



    Thanks for reading :)
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    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRO...e7PFGoxghAqKsA

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    Absolutely stunning. Love the indoor greenery!

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    It is a shame that nature is taking over the living room. The kitchen has a nice table and chairs. And in the living room looks like a WEM floor-standing loudspeaker. A nice find.
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    That’s a cracker, strange how that room is swamped then nothing seems to of got in anywhere else!

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    That's a great catch, enjoyed that
    Love the shot of the telephone on the kitchen wall
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    Nice to see nothings changed from two years ago :O nice job
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    Excellent and a good find well done.
    However,did you put the cutlery and plates out in the kitchen or did you put them away as your video doesn't show them.
    I'd rather see a place exactly as it was found than have someone try to artificially make a scene.

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    Haha good spot, yea we don't usually set up shots, but the cutlery was around so I decided to, we put it back after we had the picture though!
    Informative and interesting urban exploration content...
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRO...e7PFGoxghAqKsA

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