The house AN ABANDONED was “frozen in the 90s” filled with paintings and antiques that remained intact for 27 years.
The house in Iverness decayed after the owner died in 1995, leaving no relatives to live.
But their memory lives on in precious jewels and belongings that are still valid to this day.
The photos in particular captured a wall shelf overflowing with abandoned decorations, including a wooden lighthouse thermometer and porcelain figurines that can be seen.
In another, the classic living room with armchairs, sofa, lamp and fireplace, can be seen slowly succumbing to nature, as wallpaper peels off the walls and mold grows. from the sofa.
Capturing assets over time with photos, urban exploration No Urbex Limits said: “After some land registry research I found this wonderful little house in Scotland so I packed up and went for a four-hour drive.
“Located on a ridge in the middle of Scotland, this lovely idyllic cottage has been rotting over the past three decades.
“After the death of the last remaining family member in 1995, the house was seized by local authorities so it would not fall into disrepair and become an eyesore.”
The Housing Act 2004 allows councils to take ownership of properties and intervene to prevent abandoned properties from being downsized or vandalized.
No Limits Urbex continued: “The house was built circa 1920 and, with the exception of a little weather damage inside, it is still intact.
“It’s dotted with quaint quaintness and everything seems to have its place.
“It has been left in a suspended animation state with even the wedding photos still on display.”
Elsewhere, an abandoned orphanage and refugee camp have been abandoned on the outskirts of Dundee.
Strathmartine Hospital, founded in 1852, was the first of its kind and once housed 160 children.
It is reported that some wards in the 1950s had ‘time out’ rooms – no bigger than a large cupboard – with steel shutters and no windows, where children were kept if they “acted out”. “.
The original site is now derelict after closing in 2003.
Scrap boards hung from doors and smashed windows in a feeble attempt to keep members of the public out.
But this abandoned building is popular with urban explorers, despite police warnings that it’s unsafe.
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