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Thank you for watching this video ! This was definetly one of the best explores we ever did. It was an amazing home with some realy awesome furniture in it . I don't know why this place has not been cleaned out but i like it :) I have done some researche and found out the house was from around the 17th century . Thank you for watching and see you in the next video .
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Loved this. Thanks so much! Wish you didn't have to hurry so fast, but understand why you had to do so! Amazing place. Books, books, books and toilets and sinks in sooo many of the bedrooms! Soooo interesting! Thanks again!
if you guys the ones filming were thiefs you could have gotten a pretty good amount of money for some things in this house for example the victorian hanging chandlier easily eighteen hundred even though there is damage there also where some pictures that looked decent was hard to put a price because could not get a real good look as the camera man went way to fast. the port a pot other wise known as a potty would fetch easily when cleaned up to one hundred and fifty dollars not to meantion there where several tin boxes in alot of the rooms that looked old they can fetch a little to alot of money depending on the condition and subject matter of the tins. there was a lot of things if sold would allow for some feed up money to do repairs if one was inclined to do so. if you were there to take and sell these things there is thousands of dollars worth of things in this home sadly left to rot kinda sad
This place is really amazing. Having that many bathrooms , they must have been quite wealthy. Here in the states most places ( Historic or Modern ) realtors will tell you that extra bathrooms and an exquisite kitchen really “ sell “
a house. My dad is in real estate and I learned it from him .
Thank you for the wonderful adventure and it’s an awesome exploration.
💞💞much love from the USA
Thanks for sharing guys. Mysterious, I hope that he gave ties and to charities. Or maybe the elite and all it's evil R getting what we all should be getting or not because maybe they stole it from us or figured out a way for us to pay for their asses like in Taxes I'm sorry but I just don't believe that people like the Queen of England sucking off everyone around them their taxes that's how they get to live like that!! sounds like worshipping to me. Some so much money they abandon their fancy ass mansions and leave everything behind you know they just got so much they're overwhelmed with everything they have around them most don't even give a damn about it they don't appreciate what they have or had. you would think that they would do something anyting to help the less fortunate instead of just abandoning these fancy homes. SAD.. I've seen so many abandoned homes on all these dang videos what the hell ?!! Rotting Corpses or maybe the bank owns it you know the bank??! Or let's just sit on it and let it rot some more. you all are the ones that SHOULD BE HELPING THE LESS FORTUNATE if you did GOD BLESS you if you didn't GOD help you. "" Statement "" - where do these guys get kind of 💰?! HEATHENS?? ❤ Yes that chandelier was/is really pretty.
Your awesome showing us the awesome architecture of these beautiful places.. that chandelier was kick ass .... The whole place was awesome i bet them paintings worth some bucks.. im glad it was tore up like alot of places
Such a shame to see this once glorious house now looking lonely and abandoned but it’s also a joy how you carefully take time to 🎥 film and edit every video .Thank you for your time.🇸🇬😘❤️I really enjoy the video !
Are they actually allowed to be there? I'm not trying to be rude, but the whole "I've got to be careful" and "I hope l dont see the owner" thing makes me think they didn't actually have permission to be there.
6:37 I leave them in my videos too! Great video, as always! I wish we had abandoned places like that to explore out here. They would just get vandalized. I enjoy your videos because you are so respectful to the properties.
Very beautiful home! Loved all the furnishing that is left there. Showed to my husband first time and he was quite amazed. Heard your voice Leslie on video while watching and he say "oh, watching your boys today?" He knows I like your videos best! Now you have new fan!!
This wasn't abandoned in the 19th century for the record, that's just when the house was built. I was hoping to see a time warp. Some of the pieces in the house were probably from then but most of that stuff is from the 80s including the newspaper.
It's odd how clean a lot of the furniture and ornaments are?
There's a lot of antiques in there that could be sold at auction, and loved again. It seems that the building is a lot older than a lot of its contents, that 1987 newspaper being a good pointer, as well as the camera you found, that someone was using the building until the late 80's.
O:19 You said the "Owner lives down there" Down where? "1/2 hr more he will find us" I thought this was an abandoned building. You guys trying to be funny? What the hell are you talking about? Suck it.
I'm surprised they haven't been tracked down for trespassing. At one point in the video he says he doesn't want the owners to catch them there. Did you have permission to enter? Be careful. Not only that, but of the mold and other dangerous airborne stuff. Gorgeous old house.
As to what you were asking, if anyone knew of what the pot in the room was. It is called a chambermaids pot. When the owners, had to go pee or poop, they would go into the chambermaids pot. Then the maids would take it away to be cleaned out and then brought back.
A newspaper from 1987 is old to you?
A camera with an LCD counter is not old either.
A typed letter is not "hand written".
This house was obvious used as a Girl's Catholic school dorm (no urinals, maps in each room, crosses on walls, double sinks in each room, all the books) or similar not that long ago.
This place is amazing!! Do you think the owner would give you permission to film there (for a second, longer video), so we could get a slower, more complete experience of it? Maybe they would even share the history of it with you? I'm betting on Catholic Girl's home or school... Thank you for what you guys do!!
My guess this home was once a home for priests or nuns. Perhaps an old age home? Looks like they spent most of their time in reflection and study. An infirm person obviously once lived there hence the commode thing.
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