I finally got around to do a new explore after a month of nothingness, and I happened to really enjoy this spot. It was a funeral home that's upper floor had served as housing for the owning family. The architecture was styled like a medieval cottage castle. Clearly, a lot of work went into constructing both the exterior and the interior. Without further ado let's get into the photos, starting with some exterior shots.
Right after getting in I could tell this place would be great. There was plenty of antiques piled up and right down the hall was the embalming room.
Following this, we entered the gathering halls and waiting rooms.
Right next to those was the actual chapel and area where the actual funeral service would take place.
When we were finished breathing in the beauty...and dust of the first floor we headed up to the upper story house. The house was styled like a home from the 1900s complete with antiques and vintage furniture. There was still food and drinks within the two kitchens of the home.
A common theme in the house was many bottles of alcohol. My theory is bills started piling up and they drank to cope...or they could have just been an alcoholic.
The final stop was the courtyard/balcony in the middle of the house.
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