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Video - Abandoned Ferdowse Clinic / Heckington Manor - Urban Exploring

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    Information taken from a report on 'derelictplaces'

    This wonderful looking property was built in the 1800’s as a manor house and eventually became the only residential clinic for alcoholics within the Lincolnshire area.

    Dr Mostafa Morsy, a specialist of addiction treatment, spent around £300,000 bringing the former Heckington Manor up to scratch and opening a successful private practice for the treatment of alcoholism in the late 1980s. In 2003, the government had drastically cut funding for this sort of treatment and Dr Morsy had no other option other than to close the doors of his pride and joy.

    Since being disused, the property has been vandalised heavily and now sits waiting for a new owner.



    Exploring Ferdowse Clinic was quite peaceful and simple, despite it being pitch black inside! It was a shame to see the building in such a state especially given that it’s not exactly on public view but there is still hope for this once grand manor house if work begins soon. This is very doubtful though because the building is still on the market for around £900,000!!
    Check it out, cool place, keep exploring..

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