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UK 80's farm house,lancashire,march 2014

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:D Visited here after being thrown out by security over the road.LOL. was my first day time explore (shame about the weather),was a proper day out. couldn't believe how easy it was to find.

P farm also known as the former home of MR Pym Honorary Consul For somewhere and his family. The property was renovated in 2005 ready for the Pym family to move in. They lived here until 2007. Timber Latvia LTD was a company registered to P farm which was incorporated in 2010 but later dissolved. the property has been on the market for close to a million pound.not loved and not sold! Last occupants left in 2009. An application has been received to demolish existing buildings and build a 48 bedroomed residential rehabilitation centre. Its users would include people with alcohol and drugs dependencies and mental illness.

MARCH 2014 :The Stocks Hall Nursing & Care Group will display its plans for a rehab centre during a public exhibition at Charnock Richard FC.

The application follows the withdrawal of previous proposals to convert green-belt P Farm,, last March, following concerns raised by people about the plans, mainly the treatment of specific conditions that would be offered to patients.

It had been recommended for refusal by council planning officers.

The updated proposals have reduced the size of the building by 12 per cent, and rooms from 48 to 42. Also, the facility no longer proposes to treat those suffering from drug or sexual behavioural 

This 6 bedroomed extended detached house is beautifully situated with breathtaking views over open countryside, set within its own grounds and in approximately 20 acres of land. with stables, paddocks, woodland and extensive gardens. The building had some interesting features but was a mix match of tastes and styles. was well worth the visit. Shame the vandals are hitting such a great bachelor pad!!!!!!!!!!! such a waste sitting empty!!!!!!!!!!!!! sorry for lack of history before consulate i did search :0(





























big thanks for looking guys


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not a bad little site, although its set up like an 80's brothel. there was a big cast iron free standing bath here when i first found it and reported on it, i saw a few weeks ago it has since gone! i bet it was a bugger to get out as well.

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I can't even begin to imagine what was in the 'architect's' head who designed this hideous place! An explore is an explore though and you did good :)

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Guest MoRoSe

Srry were is this please ? and where was you reffering to over the road that you was thrown out of ? thanks G

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