18th Century Abandoned Boarding School.

This building is just simply beautiful, inside and out, even in its advanced decayed state. It's got its fair share of history too.

First built as a country home on a sprawling 500-acre woodland site in the late 1700s, later on, it was occupied by a secret oath-bound fraternal organisation, and soon after by an army division.

The property was then given over to the nuns and the school section including dormitories and chapel were added on and it was then run as a Prep school for girls. It was used for boarding students up until the 1980s and sadly sits as it is today.


Those stairs ;0

Pepsi, good taste!

The property was then given over to the nuns and the school section including dormitories and chapel were added on and it was then run as a Prep school for girls. It was used for boarding students up until the 1980s and sadly sits as it is today.


The original house retains so much of its architectural beauty with the grand staircase and intricate plasterwork throughout. In parts of the house, it's not hard to imagine life here in the 1700s, where I'm sure there was a host of house staff busying about keeping the house and owners in good order.

Someones left their coat behind.

Each of the rooms was painted differently. The chalkboard is full of names and dates of people who have been before me.

Was this the detention chair?

Part of the dining hall.

There are parts of the school that reminded me of my high school, the long corridors, music rooms, and of course the dorms which are all identical floor on the floor.


Music or lecture room? We've been told to run on the board ;0

Good Taste!

The kitchens. This section has suffered badly from a fire with the roof completely missing but you can still see how it would have been when it was a working kitchen.


The old kitchen plates.

The big chipper!


Notice the cook's apron still hung on the hook?


This section has been completely burnt out and is unpassable.


That ceiling rose is my favorite part of the house.



I liked how we had the perfect walls in this room with the mix of rubble, bare ceiling, and advanced decay.


This was the oldest wing of the building.


The blue room, going into the red.



The purple room and fireplace. The floor felt like a sponge in here.


Spare toilet bowls?


Those details.


Parts of the building were very dark, we heard a few bangs on occasion but came to the conclusion other people could have been there like us as we did hear voices outside.

Nature makes its claim.


A window I could look at all day.

I was called to the principles office, he wasn't in.


Music pupils.

Lots of corridors run off the middle section.


The muted colors are so pretty here.


I enjoyed this documentation so much, the staircase was so beautiful however, I think my favorite part was the large ceiling rose pictured.


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