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Love it.. Bet that was one gorgeous house before it was left.
Thanks for all your wonderful comments - Healer, rob, dondi and fodus, thanks for dropping by:)
salvage the columns.
Probably rundown, expensive to fix - then there was a fire (looks like fire damage - popped-out windows, internal material thrown out the windows, scorched siding). Once that happens, the cost of restoring it typically becomes prohibitive - the entire interior, all of the wiring, and much of the support structure needs to be replaced. Sad, but at that point it's usually totaled.
I can just imagine this in it's hey-day - it would have been wonderful!! Gtreat photo chookie - thanks.
What a shame.
I can't believe anyone would let this stately home go to ruin like this! Thanks for stopping by with your comments punkin, twoclubs, bloorox, chickie, lyndee, tex and shirley:)
I ditto everyone else comments. Thanks for the post chookies.
What a waste! This could have had many more good years left for someone's pleasure. Great set today, Chookies! Thanks.
Have to agree with everyone else......a plain shame!
Those columns are huge for the size of that porch roof. Yes it is a shame this was neglected. Nice set chookies.
I agree with pumkin and twoclubs, it's a shame it got to this state. I sure would love to live in an old house like this :)
it sure is a shame. you wonder how it got to this state. if it could talk and tell us about the families - their fortunes and misfortunes.
Had been a stately home at one time. What a shame.