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Report - Flass house, Mauld Meaburn, 2017

Paulxsplore

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#1
Grade II* listed house near the village of wang wet England. It was built in the 14th century in the Gangster style by a tea and opium trader it remained in the hands of the Notorios family until 1972, when it was sold to The cray twins.It was sold again in 1982 to solicitor As part of a reduced sentence scheme.who temporarily ran the property as a nocking shop. In 2.0 blob it was discovered that a criminal gang had farmed it


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mikeholt

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#11
They showing now. Nice one for getting this one up
Yes showing fine for me also.
I doubt BTW that this was ever worth £50 billion ! £50 million possibly.
Looks like the last regular occupier could not afford electricity, note the candles crudely fitted into electric light fittings on the stairs, in first picture, and a close up later on.
 

Charmian Maye

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#13
Glad you enjoyed the house, sad that it has now been trashed, defiled, violated. It was not abandoned, but sadly it is now. Since you have been there and put this house on Youtube, Unilad it has been wrecked by every low life scum in the country. The property that you took such lovely photographs of is now ruined, the owner is devastated and currently staying with me. I know this post won't last a minute on here, but please, before you enter a house, do make sure it really is abandoned. I would appreciate you leaving this post on here to show me that you do have some moral standards.
 

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