February 16, 2015
Urban Exploration : Abandoned – Pennell House Built in the 1800s, The Abandoned Pennell House was once known as a historical house in the township it resided in. The township actually used…
The house is very pretty on the outside.I liked the stonework and hope it
can be saved,although it was a bit creepy inside.I can hear a man
whispering at 5:46 – please tell me that was you!
Steve, I’ve heard your accent, it sounds quite familiar. I grew up in
Delco. Thanks again for the info and your bravery.
good video Steve, lets hope it gets somone that will look after the place,
it needs it such a nice house,,,but damn no ghost in there,,,lol
Love the Intro. The Sledgehammer to the TV
Another excellent one … Drooling lol :p
What a beautiful place. Thanks for the look around. 🙂 E
If they actualky fixed that up, it would apoear to be a really nice
house…that one bedroom i bet you could build a huge lionel train set in
Something odd, I noticed the electric meter was still hooked up
Considering when this video was first made this place did not look that bad
I wonder what it looks like now.
Very cool Nice improvement I know I’ve quite a few older shaky ones I need
to work on to I liked the staircase on this one nice old stone house with
quite a few updates. Great re-work!
A developer was going to tear that down? It’s in such great condition
still that makes no sense. Developers are evil and only care about money,
not history. I know, I know, nothing new to any of us, but still saddens
me every time.
So sad, letting a house like that rot away…
You find the most gorgeous century-old well-appointed homes to film. Great
job on the remake! And I love your new intro. A wrecking ball (sledge
hammer) demolishing the house in your profile picture, lol. That’s funny
Still looks to be very solid and usable. I always wonder why a lack of
money or plans or both allows for something like this to sit for so long.
This one definitely deserves some of that love!
The curving stairways and the stones of the basement, they make me think of
the people who built the house. Wouldn’t it be something if we could look
back or go back in time and watch them. Was the arched area in the
basement the big fireplace of a kitchen? Even if the area around the
house were to be “developed” I wouldn’t be surprised if someone would want
the original house and would take pride in having the oldest and finest
house in the neighborhood.
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