In the midst of the forests of Normandy, France, the Chateau de Morsan. The chateau was built as a summerhouse, and at one point it served as a hunting lodge. The exterior facade of the house reflected a French Rococo architectural style.
The Carleton Villa on Carleton Island in the Thousand Islands archipelago of New York. Built in 1894 for William O. Wyckoff, whose massive fortune was derived from the Remington arms and typewriter company. The villa has been abandoned for over 60 years.
One girl half and half room with fancy ballroom on one half and wrecked room on the other half with one girl on the wrecked half escaping from the mess of people on the pretty side and fingering the seclusion of the messy looking side
I love old houses - they have such personality. I have been in Coudersport and there are lots of beautiful old houses! "fixer-upper in Coudersport, PA" It's a shame that a lot of these beautiful buildings are being left to rot. Look at all that detail.