None Have Entered Posted on Wednesday, 13th August , 2014 by Stephen G. Hipperson Doorway of abandoned house a few miles from where I live. —Stephen—- Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Or indeed looked out for a while judging my that window.
🙂 – I think it’s now owned by one of the Universities in Leeds – whether it was bequeathed or part of a compulsory purchase arrangement, I don’t know. (it’s right next to the A1M)
Nor come out…
nature will reclaim everything we leave behind.
Thank goodness. (We are insignificant in the grand scheme.)
what a beautiful place
I’d love to get inside to take some photos, but the signs suggest the owners wouldn’t be very happy!
I know that feeling!
I love this! It still looks so charming even though it’s covered.
Wouldn’t you like to enter?! I WOULD!!!
Definitely! In my younger day I might have got round the back to seeing there was a way in – but the signs suggested it was well watched by a security firm…..
I’ve always wanted to live in a tired old place with tons of character. A little elbow grease, a quick trim for the garden path. Home sweet home. Do you think they would rent it? 🙂
Thanks for all your images. I love the diversity.
You’re very kind, thank you.
As to renting, and perhaps a clue as to why it’s empty at the moment, a motorway is just a few hundred yards from the front of the property and to the side is a dual carriage way! Various signs say the farmhouse and it’s out buildings are in the ownership of a local university – so they either plan to make it an remote facility or, perhaps, use it for some sort of research project.
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