• Maury Cheskes

    You’d have to be a fool to step in this building when it’s on the brink of collapse!! Great caption. It looks like the kind of place you’d dare your friend to enter at an early age.

  • Miaka Yuuki

    As many times as it takes ha ha. This looks like a house that is about to go down. I hope it gets taken down soon before people get hurt.

  • Obalade Damilola

    This house is in a state of disrepair..it needs to be revamped before it goes down completely…

  • Donald

    Stay away from old infrastructure because you might get hurt. But if I were a kid, my friends and I will probably go there.

  • jolly555

    I think a reasonable person don’t need to be told to steer clear of this building. This looks what can be collapse in no time. So people should be careful.

  • brainedet

    The heading really depicts this, it isn’t even about this house alone I think staying away from dilapidated buildings is more like it.

  • Grace K

    Actually you should stay away from this house as much as possible. If it fell on you the damage could be worse.

  • Barak Telle

    The house should actually be demolished, to avoid any unforeseen danger. Children love to play n such places and it cold be dangerous for them.

  • meldred24

    Looks like it is an unfinished house. It is still going to be a beautiful house once it’s renovated.

  • Danielle M

    Awww it’s a shame that the place was abandoned to fall in pieces, now the best would be to demolish her.

  • Jelly De Bellen

    I guess the owner of this infrastructure should just topple this down. The walls and basically the foundation is rundown. There is no saving, The memories within its wall will still linger. I think they should rebuild it into the exact replica.

  • Janet James

    This is what happens to a house made of wood, when it’s left or a long time without renovation. Maybe if it was made of bricks it would look different.

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