I was thrilled when I saw this house and I couldn't wait to get inside to see what was behind those walls. The downstairs windows had all been upgraded to double glazing, with the 90th birthday cards it looks as though the last gentleman to live here was only living in the downstairs rooms possibly due to mobility.
Records suggest the house was built in the early 1900's and the man who lived here had since passed away in a nursing home in 2011 on his 93rd birthday leaving the house as it is today. I was surprised to find a grandfather clock and a lovely singer sewing machine, two of my favourite finds!
One of the bedrooms, with the bed still made.
A laundry return box which states you'll be chaged 15\- if not returned!
Dress shirts inside the laundry box.
An old radio and a tin of Andrews Liver salts.
Clothes hanging in the corner wardrobe.
How Nell Scored.
Lots of black mould in this downstairs bedroom.
The grandfather clock stopped at 4.53
The book of Life!