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post by dbfoto   |  | 
Abandoned Tudor Homes
< on 9/25/2022 8:01 PM >

These homes were posted in my city's reddit page and I'd thought I would take a venture over and photograph them. They were built in the 1930's and then more recently used for student housing for the nearby colleges. I don't believe they have been occupied for about 18-19 years. From what I read the owner is waiting in hopes the property value goes up.





























I believe these are what the homes looked like from the 30's




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post by DescentOnARope   |  | 
Re: Abandoned Tudor Homes
<Reply # 1 on 9/26/2022 4:36 PM >

Beautiful homes, like something from a fairy tale. Hope they get a second life.


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post by SugarRAt   |  | 
Re: Abandoned Tudor Homes
<Reply # 2 on 9/26/2022 4:42 PM >

Usually I am not a fan of house, but THIS ONE, omg that's awesome. thank you for sharing


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post by Kurt   |  | 
Re: Abandoned Tudor Homes
<Reply # 3 on 10/1/2022 3:08 PM >

Nice. Love Tudor style.


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post by Squirrel.   |  | 
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<Reply # 4 on 10/11/2022 12:39 PM >

Amazing homes here, I just love this style of architecture. The moss growing over the front just adds to the beauty, I love it. Part of me hopes that this house gets a second chance some time in the future. As much as I enjoy abandoned places, a house this beautiful deserves someone taking care of it.


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post by RedPanda   |  | 
Re: Abandoned Tudor Homes
<Reply # 5 on 10/13/2022 1:49 AM >

It looks like it's straight out of a movie set, I love it

It's hard to find places with such lush greenery in my area, it's more dry grass and bushland so that just makes this even cooler to me


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