Videos Urban Exploration – ABANDONED / NEW LIFE – Squire House admin 9 years ago 15 Comments Prev Article Next Article x Bookmark Urban Exploration : Abandoned / New Life – Squire House Website: Facebook: https:// Twitter: … Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts The Arsons continue in East Dayton Neighborhood admin October 25, 2014 Hívatlan vendég 3. – A bibisfejű madár admin November 19, 2014 New Year’s Eve 2014 Throwback admin January 3, 2015 Urban Exploration – Climbing the Knightmare roller coaster at Camelot theme park With GoPro admin January 21, 2015 Lost Places: The Haunted Mountain Hotel in Malaysia | Free Documentary Shorts admin December 10, 2022 Lost Places Germany: The little Soviet “Town” under the Earth admin March 15, 2015 About The Author admin More from this Author 15 Comments smilinachya February 1, 2015 Great tour, Steve, thanks for taking the time and effort to put this together. Really is a beautiful structure. Absolutely love all your work, Steve. Steve from MN Log in to Reply monica sheldrake February 1, 2015 What a lovely old house so family is going to be very lucky to have this old house shame they can’t build nice houses like this one anymore that old house is going to really stand out around this big old house thanks for the lovely tour hunni ️xx Log in to Reply redneckbryon February 1, 2015 Cool to see that they are actually spending the money and saving the house and preserving and make it look like it would have back when it was first built. Log in to Reply Stephen Ward February 1, 2015 Beautiful house, great video, has Steve said I too would have loved to have seen the building before the workmen moved in. Log in to Reply Moonray Silversky February 1, 2015 What a beautiful home,I love all the stonework and fireplace.Maybe when it’s finished,you can ask the new owners for a tour inside! I’m glad it’s being saved. Log in to Reply james formo February 1, 2015 Great tour . This house is still in great shape for restoring .I love seeing repairs being made instead of replacing with vinyl and aluminum .This house might be around another 200 + years while the development might be gone in less then a hundred years . Log in to Reply BellinghamsterTrail February 1, 2015 I would be afraid to walk on the wooden floors upstairs. Old wooden floors get so unimaginably dried out and brittle. Its good to see this place being renovated and saved. Log in to Reply Andrew Brendan February 1, 2015 Now that is some good news! I’m glad this remarkable house is being saved. Maybe it’s so strongly-built that it’s too hard to tear down! I’m not that familiar with east coast architecture but I would think this is house is somewhat unusual because it’s so big. I’d say this is the largest home of that style that I’ve ever seen. Log in to Reply Steven Padgett February 1, 2015 I’m glad you got to it. When you went inside, you took a step back 2 centuries or so. The only thing you needed was a good pair (old or new) of Georgia Boots. I’ve worked in a lot of mud and I used those boots until I had to take an inside job. Log in to Reply MrAnimeopera February 1, 2015 It’s nice to see that once in a while history can be saved. It’s sort of the opposite where I live. There’s a project going on to tear down some of the oldest buildings in my town. I guess they’ve been left abandoned so long that it would take a huge amount of money to restore them, and there’s just no way to do it. Log in to Reply AbandonedSC February 1, 2015 Nice to see one being rebuilt With the work they’re doing it will make someone a fine home. As always stunning photography and excellent video! Log in to Reply Laura Tuller February 1, 2015 I always enjoy your photos at the end of your videos. Try and let me know if you’re ever in the San Diego area. I’d love to explore, I have a thing for history. :) Log in to Reply zeldaautumn February 1, 2015 Wonderful to know that this house is being saved. All that beautiful stone. You cannot beat stone and solid wood. I think the roof is red cedar, I had all my decks redone in red cedar. Thank-you for the tour. Log in to Reply Abandoned UK February 1, 2015 You really have some stunning looking old stone built buildings in your area & this is a fine example. So great that it’s being restored with that old barn, which is massive! Enjoyed your video & stills, Thanks for sharing & Safe exploring! Log in to Reply ladycomet72 February 1, 2015 That place is going to be so charming when completed. I love the stone work. It is so great to see it being saved! Log in to Reply Add Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.