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On the outskirts of Middlesbrough there is an abandoned nursing home in a housing estate. The building was originally constructed in 1825 however it was not fully built until 1858. The use was originally a house however in the 1980s the owner sold the house and converted it into a nursing home. The home closed down in 2005 and has been empty since. Recent arson attempts have occurred at Normanby Hall and the place is well secure and hidden from the housing estate. All of the gardens and road to it are overgrown and makes it almost impossible to even know it is still there! The building is in derelict condition and there are currently no plans as of demolition or refurbishment, which is quite sad considering this is a spectacular looking house. 

anyway here are the photos, enjoy!

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AndyK!

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It's a shame this has become a such a state inside, it's a lovely looking house from the outside

 

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Plenty there to enjoy for those who like loads of decay! 

Looks a decent old mooch  (y)

 

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Agree with @AndyK!, looks lovely from the outside. A lot of water damage on the inside which is a shame, still hope for the place yet i suppose. 

 
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