Urbex: GOTHIC Revival Style ABANDONED Farm House



This was explored earlier in the Spring of 2014.

While exploring this abandoned farm house, it was seemingly still quite sturdy considering the natural decay of what little was left behind. Due to this, I was unable to gather any clues other than it appears an elderly lady last occupied this house. Thanks for exploring with me!

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26 thoughts on “Urbex: GOTHIC Revival Style ABANDONED Farm House”

  1. I would be very careful to bring a mask with me when exploring these old, blighted houses. You never know when you could be inhaling asbestos or lead.

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  2. Lovely. I love carpenter gothic homes. Too bad it is in such bad shape. Knowing me though, I'd actually try to revive a home like this if I found one–pretty rare to find a surviving carpenter gothic. I'd love to find one in a bit better shape and bring it back to life.

    So much work went into homes when that one was built–that plaster and lath is very hard to get right and very time consuming. Yes, the back is sheathed with plywood and is definitely a newer addition. If I were reviving the home, all of that part would be removed. And actually, it probably could be revived because it looks like structurally it is not so bad, but it would be a herculean task…

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  3. Also look up cement city, all cement for the coal miners family!
    The houses were 100% cement! Ghost Town now, but historical, abandoned!

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  4. Love your Treking! If you ever come to Pa, go Rt 115, Beer Creek, White Haven, PA The Lewis Family Cemetery. It is right off the road camouflaged by trees. But it is eerie and peaceful rolled into one! Mr. Lewis harvested ice blocks in the winter, for the use in peoples old ice boxes. Go to The Bear Creak in and ask for directions if you can't find it! There is a really old church turn of the century, and right next to it is the new Tudor style built in 1932. There are statues, benches and a tree, all made out of carved stone by Tiffany. It is all under a canopy of trees. It is so peaceful and serine to reflex! There is no charge, hardly anybody knows its there! It is a PA historical site! Enjoy!

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  5. Another great video and thu . Look like the homeowner overheated the stove pipes and scorched the wall which can cause a wall fire. The upstairs was really small for the size of house it felt like half of the upstairs was missing. The farm machinery was a plow

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  6. The chocolate heart box by the old school desk made me think "Life us like a box of chocolates you never know what your gonna get". Sort of like your treks

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  7. Chances are it was a chimney fire that started in the pipe downstairs and went through the pipe on second floor. The pipes got red hot and charred the wall.Too much creosote built up.

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  8. Nice to find another channel of the few female explorers. A subscription for you and greetings from germany. thanks for it 😉

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  9. Two things I noticed . This house is in amazing shape for its age !! also , this house never had electricity . There was a spot on one wall where a phone had hung tho ,

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  10. thanks tiki .i love your video .but i love more birds sounds .this is wonderful place i really love it hope one day i find a place like this for long life

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  11. that house is most likely 1850s .. don't know why but most older Canadian houses have the same design house especially with that one window

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  12. tiki your video of the all glass cat lovers house was my very first exploration video I ever watched. Ever since that video I have been fascinated by your videos and can't get enough. keep the vids coming.

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