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Report - Latvian Consulate February 2014

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by LuigiDawn500, Feb 21, 2014.

  1. LuigiDawn500

    LuigiDawn500 28DL Full Member
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    Pemberton House Farm was the home of a gentleman who was appointed the United Kingdom’s honorary consul to the Kingdom of Latvia in 2005. It has stood, abandoned for some years now and is currently under some controversy as there are plans to build a 48-bedroomed rehabilitation centre which is not popular with the villagers.

    And so as this controversy continues, it means that people who enjoy Urbex can visit this bizarre building to inspect its exterior.

    This is the most peculiar house that I've ever been inside. In its day it would have been the height of chic, as this lobby hints at, with marble and a monochrome design but sadly, it is now a damp, stinking mess. There are so many roof tiles missing that years of rain-leakage have ruined the remaining carpets into a sodden, stinking mess.



    The bedrooms were littered with pamphlets, clothing and stuff . . Which makes one start to wonder - what sort of person lived here?

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    All in all a very strange abandoned home. Well worth a visit if you're in the area. Abandoned theme park a stone's throw away too!


    Several "guests" have left their mark with air rifle shots at the many glass doors around the place.


    With all that broken glass underfoot, we proceeded with caution to the kitchen.


    Just in case anyone fancied some typing, there were not one but two word-processors!

    There was also evidence of Junkies, but thankfully they had removed their needles. And so onto the swimming pool.

    The pool had not been drained and the stagnant water had a pungent smell about it. The discarded objects in the pool were stuck in a dark film which had developed on the upper layer of water. Oddly, there were children's water aids amid the empty beer cans.
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    So we went up a spiral staircase that resembled football goal-netting to a weird little granny flat.
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