A series of photos of an abandoned house from 1995 surprised viewers when most of the furniture and design were still intact.
|Outside the gate of the house hung a “no entry” sign.|
The picture inside the house shows a general picture of the life of the people who used to live here, with paintings, armchairs, sofas, lamps, fireplaces… almost intact and with nostalgic beauty. neck.
However, the wallpaper of this abandoned house in Scotland has peeled off, mold sprouting from the sofas.
In another corner of the house, viewers can see a wall shelf filled with decorative items, including a wooden lighthouse and porcelain figurines.
|The shelf is still decorated.|
This set of photos was taken by the No Limits Urbex urban exploration group of photographers from Manchester, UK.
The house is located on a ridge in the middle of Scotland. After the death of the last family member in 1995, the house was seized by local authorities to avoid falling into disrepair and causing unsightly beauty.
|The interior of the house shows a nostalgic beauty.|
The Housing Act of 2004 allows the government to take ownership of abandoned real estate and prevent it from being vandalized or downsized.
Apart from a little damage to the inside from the weather, much of the house is still intact.
The group’s photographer said that the house was left in a very lively state, even the wedding photos were still hanging.
|The wallpaper was peeling, the floor was covered with mushrooms, the sofa was covered in moss.|
|Every activity in the house seems to still be very lively before being abandoned.|
|The remaining items show that the house once had children.|
|Copper ornaments in the house.|
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