Monday, February 4, 2013

Abandoned2

More rural dreams gone bad---
Here's another house that's been vacant for well over twenty-five years. This place looks a lot more worse for wear than yesterday's house. Someone mentioned it in a comment that they wondered what the critter situation might be in these places. I thought of that too. This one looks a little strange too, without a chimney in evidence, but for some reason I don't think Santa's going to be in a quandary on this roof ever again.

15 comments:

  1. That's a long time for a house to be abandoned. Unfortunate.

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  2. It's sad to see the house abandoned.Maybe it's all about the economic crisis,but I hope someone can restore the place.
    Léia

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  3. In a newspaper ad this would be called "a starter house."

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  4. My mind is ticking. I want to know who built it and where are they now and why this little house has been vacant so long and. .. and. . .

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  5. Such a cute little place it seems a shame for it to be all alone.

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  6. Oh it's an adorable little cottage with those shingles. I think it would be fun to see inside. A real fixer upper I guess. That junk out back would have to go though!
    V

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  7. This fantastic little gem looks like it has shakes (?) on its exterior. I think if a place is reasonable and it's historic that it surely can be restored. -- barbara

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  8. i wouldn't think that shake siding would be worth much against mice.

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  9. I wonder if these places have land that is being used for anything!

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  10. Not a fan of siding but it's still a cute house.

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  11. Maybe your area is losing population. I am surprised that serviceable places are going unused for decades.

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  12. This one may just be beyond help Birdman, shame!

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