Photography Abandoned Stucco House May 26, 2016 / 22 Comments May 2016 Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
What is that a plant? A crop of sort? Anyway this still looks like it is still in good shape. A little cleaning and it will be of use once more. Stucco huh???
I wonder why this house was abandoned, I think it was not what was expected and possibly the owner is going to sell it.
A quite simple stucco house. It looks a little bit small on the outside, but it’s surely big inside.
A very simple and extraordinary house. It appears small from outside but it is big from inside.
The house is rather strange looking. I have never seen anything quite like it.
It must have been some kind of storage barn. Possibly a storage for hay.
Is the house made from timber or cement? It’s difficult to tell.
A humble and peaceful farmhouse. I would like to live in a place like this.
Something strikes me as odd about this house. I don’t think it’s meant for human habitation.
Why was it abandoned? It looks perfectly normal to me.
This house is in the middle of nowhere. That could be why it was abandoned.
On keen observation I can see that the house has a slight slant to it. It may fall down soon.
The thing that fascinates me about Stucco houses is their resistance to fire. It’s sad we don’t have many of them left anymore.
The weather here looks excellent. It must be the mid west.
The stucco house is taller than normal. I wonder what it was purposed for.
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Creepy and abandoned houses is beginning to be your forte. I sure hope to see more of it here. Thank you so much!
Awww, this stuco house makes me think of the books wrotten by Emily Bronte. it looks very nostalgic and dramatic.
The house looks old and unsafe for my liken. Nice photo work.
Still looks good to me. A little cleaning and renovation will be great. Can still be used as stucco.
Looks like it’s all grass. Though it looks great for a farm house, especially a store.
Well, with such conditions it really has been abandoned. Even weeds have filled the entrance.
I’m sure this stucco house served its purpose before it was abandoned. Just a little clean up it will be useful again.