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Report - Robin Hill, Virginia Water - June 2019


Chloe Explores

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History:
I have been looking around for any planning permission and history on this house and I couldn’t find anything. However going by another post on here it seems that the owner of this property did not get what he fully wanted out of planning permission for the site and so they just left the property hanging around empty since 2008. Robin Hill is a large mansion on a very large plot of land. It is a modern building with many rooms and a narrow deep indoor swimming pool, many bedrooms, a bathroom, a lounge, reception area, a sauna, a DIY room. Some modern furniture is left with the kitchen features. The house sits on the top of a hill and the views are really beautiful.

Explore:
This place is very easy to access. I have heard of people going through the back and trekking through all the forest for ages but honestly that is such a waste of time. If you know what you doing you can access this building in a matter of minutes. When me and my boyfriend first went here at the start of May we failed as it was sealed however recently this location has become tour bus and we took a trip and got in. We was greeted with a group of fellow explorers who were very loud.... it’s amazing how we didn’t get caught as security is supposably tight here however we didn’t encounter any security at all on both visits.

If I’m being honest I was a little disappointed with this location. I thought it was going to be really good but when we entered I was disappointed. The basement is cool with the swimming pool. The ground floor was interesting to but the upstairs was boring in my opinion. The only part of the upstairs I liked was the window with the curtains by the staircase. I thought that looked quite spooky with the cobwebs on the curtain being contrasted by the dark mould. If I’m honest I was expecting a grand wooden staircase but this staircase was okay. Nonetheless a good explore ticked off the list.

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Netwerx

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Cool pics and place. Shame places get left to rot.

Hopefully you were wearing a P3 mask, those mould spores will mess up your lungs. Might be worth noting in that pic on the stairs there is some insulation which would probably have had asbestos on it due to the age of the house.
 

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