In what seems to be a new tradition, Zenning with Zay & I, tired of "peopling" decided the first weekend after the holidays we would embark on a road trip! We planned on exploring some unfamiliar territory as well as a few specific locations with hopes of a successful start to the year. The first stop on our trip was this Abandoned Custom Country Mansion! Just days earlier I spotted it online & it immediately reminded me of the Untouched Abandoned Mansion we discovered & explored roughly a year earlier.
Situated up a long driveway at the edge of a relatively new development sits this beautiful abandoned mansion. The land is roughly 15 acres with many mature trees.
Out back was a large patio featuring an in-ground pool, working well with pump & extensive trellis! It would be an awesome area to have a summer party for sure!
The upstairs featured four bedrooms & two bathrooms. It was considerably smaller than the main floor but still could comfortably accommodate a family of four!
The staircase was rather simple but made from beautiful hardwood. Naturally I had to shoot it from every possible angle!
The main floor featured a decent size eat-in kitchen, a laundry room, a bathroom, a shower/change room for the pool & a sauna (not pictured). This was all nice but the rest is what I absolutely loved!
There were two rooms with wall to wall hardwood. The first felt as if it were a home office....a HUGE home office! There was even a very old television still in the custom cabinetry! The second room was a family room that would also likely be a party room as there was a built in bar. One wall featured custom shelving & the centre had a gorgeous fireplace. This room also had near ceiling to floor windows which brightened up the dark stained wood room!
The last two rooms were a dining room just off the kitchen & massive living room. The dining room was gorgeous with its custom built-in hutches framing three windows. Then two steps down was an absolutely beautiful living room with a fireplace dead cetnre at the far end. Huge windows on either side would make this room super bright even on the gloomiest of days! Although I am not entirely sure what the future holds for this beauty, I can say with confidence that it will likely be demolished & swallowed up by urban sprawl.