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Other Maison G. (LUX - revisit 04/2016)

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For the first time I visited the farmhouse four years ago. Recently, I was in the area again and so I took a second look inside.

At first glance, not much had changed. But an antique cupboard was stolen and in the side building are several graffiti today.

Unfortunately, I know nothing about the history.

 

 

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Great report that @Andy, some nice natural decay without getting trashed. Shame about the antique sideboard getting stolen :( 

 

I like that comparison at the end too :thumb 

 

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Such a shame that things get stolen like that but nice to see a before an after pic. The sleigh bed is awesome and the decay is great. I can only imagine what this place will look like in another 4 years :thumb 

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Nice shots! But what happened in the bedroom, omg and what a same the antique cupboard is gone. At least I've got picture of that! I totally missed that other bedroom. Nice shot of the car!!

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On 9.5.2016 at 11:10 PM, Vief said:

I totally missed that other bedroom.

 

The bedroom of pic 15 is above the stairs of pic 18, in the left wing of the main building.

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