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    What can I tell u about this place? Well its a house, 2 actually but the 2nd one is crap.

    I believe it was owned by someone called Charlotte who it appears had caring relatives by all the postcards & letters strewn around. Quite how the property ever got in this state I cant figure out!

    The other thing I cant figure out is how this has remained in such excellent condition. Sure there is smashed windows & doors but very little graffiti & nothing seems to of been stolen which (without giving too much away) given its town centre location stunned me.

    I know others have been in here cos there is a lot of staging going on but there is soo much to see! I spent 2 hrs in here & was still finding stuff, its 5 bedroom so pretty large. Its just a gem really.

    Enough waffle

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    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    Fabulous shots of this little gem. Great report good sir! 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼

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    That's a amazing! That ticks all the boxes for me. Fab set mate...

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    Need less of these abandoned houses - they make my eyes water :(
    Honestly it's just one simple image setting me off. Spectacles again and the same pair that she's wearing in the school photo. How sad!
    It's a lovely house that. Plenty of nice fixtures and yet in need of modernisation too. The story I'm getting with this is a girl with absent parents and grandma raising her. Grandma dies and the grand daughter simply leaves and vanishes. I could also be 100% wrong!
    I think I'd be too scared to mooch around one of those - someone might walk in and my heart would stop. (everyone says 'Great - then we explores Sausages house')
    Thanks for sharing.
    Full of meaty goodness.

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    Nice house with the nicest fireplaces. The letter next to the girl wearing spectacles was written in 1955.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sausage View Post
    Need less of these abandoned houses - they make my eyes water :(
    Honestly it's just one simple image setting me off. Spectacles again and the same pair that she's wearing in the school photo. How sad!
    It's a lovely house that. Plenty of nice fixtures and yet in need of modernisation too. The story I'm getting with this is a girl with absent parents and grandma raising her. Grandma dies and the grand daughter simply leaves and vanishes. I could also be 100% wrong!
    I think I'd be too scared to mooch around one of those - someone might walk in and my heart would stop. (everyone says 'Great - then we explores Sausages house')
    Thanks for sharing.
    I know what u mean this one kinda got me like that there is definitely a story there.
    Having said thatr I really liked the house & felt quite comfortable in there, it felt light & airey, I could of easily moved straight in!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    Nice house with the nicest fireplaces. The letter next to the girl wearing spectacles was written in 1955.
    Its a cracker, ALL the rooms had fireplaces, most of the bedroom ones were bigger than my front room one!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sausage View Post
    Honestly it's just one simple image setting me off. Spectacles again and the same pair that she's wearing in the school photo. How sad! The story I'm getting with this is a girl with absent parents and grandma raising her. Grandma dies and the grand daughter simply leaves and vanishes. I could also be 100% wrong!
    The spectacles in the 'school photograph' do not appear in any of the other photographs in the report, the pair in the case certainly do not match. The excellent images give indications of past lives lived in this place, lets allow the images just to speak for themselves - without flights of fancy or make believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    Nice house with the nicest fireplaces. The letter next to the girl wearing spectacles was written in 1955.

    The mention of 'Danish' in that letter, makes one wonder where some of these friends and acquaintances had originated from

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    Wow, that is a very nice find

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