Disclaimer: I do not promote trespassing on grounds that is off limits to the public. If you wish to visit an abandoned place, for your safety, please reach out to the property owners to gain access. If you don’t, I am not held accountable for the fines or injuries that may occur.
A few months back I decided to visit the abandoned house on route 57. My previous post can be seen here. With a new camera and better idea as to what to capture, I decided to give it a whirl once again. I know in my last post about this property I said I’d find some information on it, but I haven’t. Nothing could be found online, which leads me to believe I’d have to check the county records.
The property itself looks the same as it did last time. Except for where the ‘For Sale’ sign is posted, a separate building, which the front roof has fallen down. As for the little shed and home, only the gutter seems to have fallen. Whenever this house was built, it has stood against many different elements and lasted. They don’t build them like they used to.
This visit I delved more into the house and climbed up the one stair case, but the overall inside is in the worst shape. The upstairs is not safe and I made sure not to leave the top step in fear of falling through the floor. Afterwards I ventured around the property, but there isn’t a whole lot to see especially since you can clearly be seen. However, taking exterior shots of this house makes the visit well worth it.