Neglected Structures & Overgrown Places #05 — Awaiting Reconstruction

House For Reconstruction (front)

House for Reconstruction (back)

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10 thoughts on “Neglected Structures & Overgrown Places #05 — Awaiting Reconstruction”

    1. Well, I’m guessing it’s for reconstruction, as I don’t think they’d bother with the blue plastic roof cover, although that look fairly dilapidated, too. Maybe the house belongs to two sides of a feuding family and nobody can reach an agreement about it. I’m sure there are many potential stories to weave around the place.

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    1. It is rather atmospheric and I’m sure it has a long and interesting history surrounding it. I actually wondered if it’s a Listed Building with a conservation order on it, meaning it official cannot be demolished.


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