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    'Hunters' House







    As with most of these sorts of places, there is little to no history we could find. From what we discovered, the building was last used in 2015, and the grandparents that we think lived there were in the process of moving when something tragic happened, causing the structure to be left as it was. It seems that the residents were proud hunters, and the original people that found the house came across a rifle and animal trophies hung on the walls. Since then, those types of belongings have been stolen, and the only remains are shotgun pellets.


    In the main hallway







    Dining room







    Some photographs remaining. We think the grandparents are visible in the middle frame, with their grandchildren who would visit occasionally.











    Kitchen







    From the dining room, a staircase took you into a room filled with fishing equipment







    A bedroom







    The main staircase







    One of the spare rooms - the tricycle indicates that this was a room stayed in by the grandchildren when they visited













    That's all for the house. Here you can find our documentary styled video on the site, covering the building's past (what we could work out), present and future through cinematics and narration:



    https://youtu.be/i_ma_MALCqU​​​



    Thanks for reading :)
    Informative and interesting urban exploration content...
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRO...e7PFGoxghAqKsA

  2. Thanks given by: etc100, Fluffy, ginger5092, Hugh Jorgan, HughieD, Jolee, KJurbex, KPUrban_, Mearing, MrGruffy, mrtoby, Old Wilco, paul.richards.up, theartist, Tupilaq
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    Great stuff....love that it's unmolested....so far.

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    Nice to see this again it is a cracker but its well & truly out there now so I fear it will get hit hard now!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    One tricycle in a gent's bedroom does not mean that kids slept in here. The most telling aspect is the double bed, moved into the lounge/study. As you say BG, shame that it will get even further trashed.

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    Nice one. Not one for houses or homes but that last shot is nice.

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    I love that you can see the laces on the leather shoes pulled apart exactly as they were left when they were last taken off.

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    Beautiful looking place :) x

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