Built: Early 1900s, addition put on 1960s
Abandoned: 2008
Location: US
Status: Privately owned but Vacant
Reason: Developer Bought, will be demolished
Haunted: No

Built in the early 1900s as a family home, this unique house with a great view now sits abandoned waiting for the wreaking ball. This home sits on the same property as the WG house I showed last month. The land has been under ownership of a developer since 2008. This developer has been going through battles with the land which is why this house is still standing after being bought by the developer in 2008. The land is said to be rezoned to commercial which means, stores, shopping, restaurants, etc are planned to be constructed here.. Behind the house is hundreds of acres of wooded area including a pond that belongs to this home. I believe an addition was added to this house in the 60s or 70s which you can see on the left half of the home. This house has been highly vandalized as well. Enjoy

SOME PICTURES I TOOK WHILE THERE. CLICK ON THEM TO VIEW BIGGER..

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  1. In the sixties, homes were very commonly constructed with intercom systems like thos in this house. An office would have had interxoms on desks.
    In homes there would generally be small units on the walls of each room/living area. There would have been a larger and more complicated, master unit – usually in the kitchen. This would be able to select which room to communicate with and often had an AM/FM radio which could pump music anywhere in the house.

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