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Pineheath house is a 40-room mansion that has been abandoned for 30 years. It was owned by Sir Dhunjibhoy and Lady Bomanji who were considered friends of the royal family.
From what I could see online it used to have tonnes of interesting old-fasioned items in there but those have since been auctioned off and the place has been almost completely stripped bare. A few of the rooms are still decorated in a 1920's style and the house contains some pretty neat features.
Explored with @plod and a non-member.

 

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Nice report, you captured the place well, it's a shame it was so stripped by the time we got in. 

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4 minutes ago, plod said:

Nice report, you captured the place well, it's a shame it was so stripped by the time we got in. 

 

Definitely, you should see the articles that show all the items that used to be there, it's a shame we didn't get to see it sooner :P 

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