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Report - Bessingham Manor, August 2011

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by 2wid, Aug 16, 2011.

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    2wid ratamahatta
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    After kind of a risky entrance i had one of my favorite explores to date. Thanks for taking me on board guys :) Lots of toys, letters, perfumes and other personal stuff has been left behind, and you start thinking about it's owners and history in a blink of an eye - shame that the upper floors wont hold it for much longer, some rooms has already vanished, some will very soon.

    history: Built in 1870 for the Spurrell family, who had farming connections in Suffolk going back over 500 years, the house originally had 52-acres but this has now been reduced to a more manageable five. The house remained in the Spurrell family until the last member died in 1952. It was abandoned since then. More history can be found here.

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    Thanks for watching.​
     

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