Beautiful Abandoned 1930s Mansion - Inside Is Amazing! Plus Guest House

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  • Published on Jan 11, 2019
  • In part two of my road trip we check out this amazing abandoned stone mansion. Built in the 1930s, this place is full of suprises inside. Its been empty for the last 5-10yrs and may be getting demolished according to local rumors. So come along as we take one last look inside this beautiful home. As a bonus, we check out a guest house and corn crib on the property. Enjoy
    Please Note: Exploring Abandoned locations can be dangerous. I don't condone or encourage anyone to enter an Abandoned structure. Not only is safety a concern, but often times its illegal and when possible, i seek out permission. I simply go to document its history before it's gone and leave things the way I find them. I assume all the risks & responsibility in doing so. Please don't attempt to do this on your own.
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  • KERRIE KING
    KERRIE KING 3 hours ago

    Who owns this house now...and why haven't they restored it so it will not die????

  • Laura Tibbles
    Laura Tibbles 19 hours ago

    I looks like someone made it there way to steal all of the fixtures it’s pretty obvious no hardware on the tub yes I’m surprised that it was still there but they are very very heavy it’s a shame that the house was violated in that way

  • insanetxartist
    insanetxartist Day ago

    If I was super rich I'd LOVE to save this gorgeous home. It always makes me sad to see beautiful homes abandoned and rotting away. It would make quite the abode for a crazy Pagan artist like me. That outdoor fireplace would make an awesome place to have drum circles. 😁

  • yarn/crochet Taylor

    Was there a master bedroom? I didn't hear you mention one. How many bedrooms were there?

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  Day ago

      Im not sure which one was the master. There's 5 or 6 bedrooms.

  • Heather Burton
    Heather Burton 2 days ago

    Just a simple sweep would’ve made the house look 10 times better, really nice place, hope the next owner leaves the house like it is and just makes minimal changes where needed.

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  Day ago

      I agree. Thanks for watching

  • Jackie Tacey
    Jackie Tacey 2 days ago

    I'm in love with this house and property

  • Jackie Tacey
    Jackie Tacey 2 days ago

    its a door bell

  • Theresa Wilson
    Theresa Wilson 3 days ago

    I wish I could buy it. It's gorgeous.

  • LaChelle Koester 59
    LaChelle Koester 59 3 days ago

    Gorgeous home. 💕💕

  • Prudence Goqwana
    Prudence Goqwana 3 days ago

    Wow if that house was here in south africa it would have had illegal occupants already , i would really love to buy it , to think there was once a lovely family who owned it , happy and kids running all over playing , wow what's on earth will remain on earth..

  • deborah mcwilliams
    deborah mcwilliams 3 days ago

    Where is it?

  • Carolyn Dillon
    Carolyn Dillon 4 days ago

    Makes a wonderful project recovery home!!!
    CD

  • Lovely Adams
    Lovely Adams 4 days ago

    It's a mansion huge huge mansion thanks for the video.. i haven't seen an old mansion without anything inside it's all scrape off all things are taken pretty awesome amazing mansion it's gorgeous... greatly appreciated for your video you guy's take care more power.. i really admired of what your doing.. very patiently take time to go room to room videos thanks very much everyone.. God Bless i love watching your videos.. i love those old old huge MANSION and houses pretty amazing..

  • Melanie Flynn
    Melanie Flynn 5 days ago

    This house is gorgeous. Every room you guys walked in I was imagining in my head how cute and cozy I’d decorate each one haha! It also reminds me of the house I grew up in which was MUCH smaller but had all that stone and cedar inside. Loved that house. You guys are awesome! And I can tell your def in PA! Delco here!

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  5 days ago

      So happy you enjoyed it. Thanks melanie

  • Rita Hamrick
    Rita Hamrick 5 days ago

    I love watching your videos of abandoned houses please continue to add videos i love going into old homes they are full of amanzing history

  • Fran McTyre
    Fran McTyre 5 days ago

    My mind was spinning thinking how beautiful this house is and what could be done to fix it. Heart breaking to see this house dying slowly

  • Marie-Gabrielle Pelletier

    I love this mansion!!!!

  • kahala k
    kahala k 5 days ago +1

    They don't built houses that good anymore.... shame... Great video, thanks for posting

  • Danny Franklin
    Danny Franklin 6 days ago

    The house alone is amazing in aesthetic and architectural soundness.
    Would love to have it for my own.
    I pray that the person who owns the property renovates it for history sake.
    I'm not sure if it was said in the video but what City and State is it located?

  • elinb1
    elinb1 6 days ago

    Hi from Norway. I must say, this was a beautiful house, they don't make them like this any more, i hate to see old house like this be neglected or even destroyed. I love old houses and items. I live in an old house my self, but not that old.

  • Queen Malyce
    Queen Malyce 6 days ago +1

    This is my ideal dream home. My mother and I joke about finding our Grey Gardens. Finding one of these gems would be perfect even with the cost to renovate it would be so worth it. I'm a new subscriber and will probably be watching your videos for the rest of the day. Be safe out there! And thank you for the great video.

  • Craziejane73
    Craziejane73 6 days ago

    Last question. Where is this house?

  • Craziejane73
    Craziejane73 6 days ago

    Maybe it was a "money pit". Remember the movie? :D

  • Craziejane73
    Craziejane73 6 days ago

    I just love that lilac color. You know, this house looks like it could be fixed up and would make a very nice home for the right person. So much of it looks like recent renovation. New appliances. I wonder what happened that made it necessary to move on? Maybe no job? A death? Serious illness?

  • Craziejane73
    Craziejane73 6 days ago

    Who owns this house?

  • Larry De
    Larry De 6 days ago +1

    I hope your a honest man. Taking items from property is still theft.

    • Stephanie Tulloch
      Stephanie Tulloch 4 days ago

      I think taking things if your going to love them would be doing this house a favour. This house will eventually be torn down but some of it will live on

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  6 days ago +1

      I agree with you and i personally didn't take anything.

  • Chuck P
    Chuck P 7 days ago

    at 41:25 its a butler bell.

  • Kaya Zickler
    Kaya Zickler 7 days ago

    At 12:54 theres a hand mark on the wall in the nook

  • Elizabeth Nieto
    Elizabeth Nieto 7 days ago +1

    He took that knife??

  • Esther L
    Esther L 7 days ago

    Those lightbulb fire extinguishers was weird. Why would they use a poison to put out a fire like that? Very interesting.

  • Esther L
    Esther L 7 days ago

    Great place and HUGE for sure 👍

  • Esther L
    Esther L 7 days ago

    I like that built in shelf in the corner

  • Kriste Elrod
    Kriste Elrod 7 days ago

    It hurts my heart to see a home left for dead. My home turn 100 this year. Ever beam is hand milled.

  • gilliansl
    gilliansl 7 days ago

    The house is beautiful, the guest house adorable, and the aqua bathroom fixtures were great. I used to have a kitchen with appliances that color. I hope they do save the house and guesthouse. Those alone on a couple of acres would be fantastic and the company could sell the farm acreage separate, should they wish.

  • Heather Justice
    Heather Justice 8 days ago

    So much wasted beauty. A house that has so much to offer as a home♡ My 1st time watching a JP video.. not only is he respectful but handsome:)

    • Heather Justice
      Heather Justice 7 days ago

      You're welcome and thank you as well;)

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  7 days ago +1

      Glad you found me heather and the feeling is mutual (😍).

  • Caren C
    Caren C 8 days ago

    Really would be awesome to see the whole property restored to glory. If you had a way to get in touch with the developer to show all the support you created for the land with one video. Maybe suggest the refurbish of it and development of similar housing tracts around it. It really is sad to see such beautiful homes created by our ancestors rotting away. Modern homes have none of the life we see in these old treasures. Thank you jp!

  • Ricky Shaw
    Ricky Shaw 8 days ago

    The Bell in the basement is hooked to an outside door bell!

  • Donna Bailey
    Donna Bailey 8 days ago

    Beautiful. I bet the bells in the basement are for the buttons in kitchen to call the butler

  • Bernie Kumali
    Bernie Kumali 8 days ago

    This beautiful home must be saved!! It just can't be demolished!!

  • Peter Raimondi
    Peter Raimondi 8 days ago

    JP videos, thanks for the great video. Such a beautiful place.

  • Jenny&Brett
    Jenny&Brett 9 days ago

    OMG this house is GORGEOUS! I seriously can't believe this is going to waste it's such a shame

  • Caroline Smith
    Caroline Smith 9 days ago

    What an incredible home! I loved the wainscoting, the scrolled wood details, the hardwood.... It will be such a waste if that home is just destroyed.
    Thank you for the wonderful tour.

  • Bella Luna
    Bella Luna 9 days ago

    It's an old phone
    .

  • J Paterson
    J Paterson 9 days ago +5

    Black mold, asbestos and lead paint would make this home way too expensive to bring up to current standards.

    • Doris Clark
      Doris Clark 5 days ago

      Doris e clark last train to Clarksville by the monkeys does this bring back memories.

  • Gen Bousal / Crypt Sound

    Beautiful Home Indeed

  • Michele Hornbostel
    Michele Hornbostel 10 days ago

    Love the house . Wish they would save it.

  • Mehitable Storm
    Mehitable Storm 10 days ago

    Where is this anyway? Somebody needs to buy this beautiful house and take care of it. The ghosts would be happy too, LOL!!!

  • Mehitable Storm
    Mehitable Storm 10 days ago

    What a beautiful house if you can get that fixed up. Stone work looks beautiful. Wonder why they abandoned it.

  • Sylvie Pelletier
    Sylvie Pelletier 10 days ago

    Your videos are awsomes. You explained things out.

  • Cindy Straith
    Cindy Straith 10 days ago

    Nursery was in the attic

  • cathy mike
    cathy mike 10 days ago

    How do you get permission to go inside these houses? I would love to know that!

  • Una_Sc0ttishlass
    Una_Sc0ttishlass 10 days ago

    Americans always lament the fact that you do not have old houses. When you let them rot or even demolish of course there can't be any old houses. And I would rather live in a house like this than one of those McMansions.

  • Creative Planet Janet
    Creative Planet Janet 11 days ago

    That old Chevy @ 31:26 - Trees/weeds growing through and around it, including up through one of the bullet holes 👀

  • Richard TheThird
    Richard TheThird 11 days ago

    That is probably not a 1930s mansion. It's likely the last significant phase of construction was in the 1930s but parts of that building seem older. The basement servants quarters definitely dates from the 10's or 20's. That dated fire suppression system had a saltwater bulb probably predating 1915. The chemical CTC inside the red ones makes phosgene gas when exposed to air, which was was weaponized during WWI-- so fear that stuff.. The thickness of the walls around the windows, the wide floor planking, and the wainscot paneling in the Federal-looking part of the interior are possible clues. Full fireplaces upstairs connected to real chimneys also suggest the possibility that the central portion of the house or maybe one of the Wings is considerably older than the rest. This is probably a frankenhouse containing many eras of upgrades with a 200 year old heart.

  • tara alameda
    tara alameda 11 days ago

    Address please

  • Nancy Loving
    Nancy Loving 11 days ago

    The house is endless. Amazing!

  • Toni_ no love
    Toni_ no love 11 days ago

    New subscriber ♡

  • Toni_ no love
    Toni_ no love 11 days ago

    Amazing find thank you so much for sharing this with us ♡♡♡ praying all this gets saved ♡♡♡

  • Nite Shift
    Nite Shift 11 days ago

    Very nice

  • jerry leroy
    jerry leroy 11 days ago +1

    If a person could get their hands on this house, the way to redo it is you redo the kitchen and living room and a bedroom. As you live and make use of these rooms, you slowly pick away at the other rooms. It could be a couple decades of blood, sweat, tears, and love put into restoring this beauty. I just wish I had the money I can do all that stuff myself. Did you know that many of the mansions way back when would have entire wings of the house closed off for the winter so they didn't have to heat the whole house. My Great grandmother owned a mansion and I remember as a kid we would visit sometimes in the winter and I couldn't go into the rest of the house like in the summer time. And if the owners had small children in winter they all moved in together into 1 or 2 bedrooms.

  • jerry leroy
    jerry leroy 11 days ago +1

    At 21:30 that's the call bell for the butler. HEY, GET YER ASS UP HERE!

  • Marilyn Z
    Marilyn Z 11 days ago

    I would love to know the back story. Why does a owner let this happen? If it was full of things when first abandoned, did the family just walk off one day? I hoped by the end of the video that the guy would say he was buying it to rehab for his family.

  • Eric Lakota
    Eric Lakota 11 days ago

    That water in the watter house is crystal clear

  • Eric Lakota
    Eric Lakota 11 days ago

    It would be a good man cave id be creeped out alone down theair it would be fine with some friends but i find rooms like that will play trickes on you i hade a man cave and it creeped me out same as my shop after dark it would give me creeps no matter what all day would be fine at night id start hearing stuff

  • JaneOfAllTrades
    JaneOfAllTrades 12 days ago

    Super job, guys. Thank for the awesome tour! Y'all ROCK!

  • Evan Lyon
    Evan Lyon 12 days ago

    Hey check out the "built in" "built ins".... lol.... just giving you a hard time bud.

  • DEATHMETALDUDE 666
    DEATHMETALDUDE 666 12 days ago

    Doubt that house is worth saving unless you have the money, the stuff you see looks like it might need a slap of paint but the electricity setup and water pipes are prob ancient, plus who knows what shape the the sewage cesspool is, that could be a nightmare, definitely also need more of a modern kitchen, plus it’s way to big for even a normal size family unless you have 6 kids with the in-laws, I don’t get why rich people wanted huge houses, could you imagine being in there at night by yourself???? F that

  • Ray Winger
    Ray Winger 12 days ago

    People just want to destroy everything that don't shine. It would probably be cheaper to renovate than to destroy it.
    That old home is built better than the New houses.
    I get ill when I see the old well built homes get torn down. What a waste of effort to level them.
    One day the banksters will regret their decisions regarding those magnificent homes.

  • Ray Winger
    Ray Winger 12 days ago

    PLEASE, explain why that magnificent old would be torn down instead OF the mortgage holder fixing it up and selling or renting it out to people that have had a major loss due to natural disasters. ????

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  12 days ago

      Developers arent into saving, they can make tripple the amount by selling townhouses.

  • Patricia Tinkey
    Patricia Tinkey 12 days ago

    Thanks so much for what you do. Showing these lost treasures of craftsmanship to all of us is a great thing. Doubt the developer will restore it as a home, maybe someone could suggest it would make a great community center for their clubhouse, even have rent it out to the surrounding community for events as well. Wish I could rescue it...regrets!

  • spring guitard
    spring guitard 12 days ago

    House is amazing. To much chatter. The house was big enough the other people should have stayed away

  • Amanda Olson
    Amanda Olson 13 days ago

    Dont some one still own this place

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  13 days ago

      Yes, as i said in the video its owned by a developer now.

  • zoe1baby
    zoe1baby 13 days ago

    Would love to be able to afford to restore and live there! Great videos. Thanks!

  • Claire Devine
    Claire Devine 13 days ago

    Beautiful home ❤️ it has probably been demolished as we speak 😫 thanks for showing me round ❤️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

  • laura dyke
    laura dyke 13 days ago

    Awesome video👍👍

  • Tracy Johnson
    Tracy Johnson 14 days ago

    Those bells were the bells to call servants to the upstairs it looks like. That house is amazing I don't understand how people can leave such a beautiful place its heart breaking to see these places just left. I know a very good plasterer in the UK that can fix up that plaster and lath work It would be great to fix that house up and give it a new lease on life Just the acreage would be great

  • Pastor Mark
    Pastor Mark 14 days ago

    What ever happened to the house?? Please tell me that it was restored

  • Ocotillo David
    Ocotillo David 14 days ago

    Note the wall thickness. Important to help maintain constant temperature.

  • Brad G
    Brad G 14 days ago

    How are there homeless people, when there are homes like this abandoned and left to rot? We have become so wasteful!

  • Jill Greenwell
    Jill Greenwell 15 days ago

    This is a beautiful home.would like to have it

  • Karen Wiseman
    Karen Wiseman 15 days ago

    If this house was in an area near us & I had a million dollars I would purchase the house & surrounding property. Then I would have all the windows replaced with like, but updated, windows. Then I would have the floors refinished as well as all the electrical systems upgraded if need be. From there, maybe knock out a few walls on the main floor to create a little bit more of an open concept. The cupboards I would just return them to as new condition. I would definitely have all of the radiant heaters either updated or removed completely & have an air conditioner system installed throughout the entire house during the insulation in the entire house updated.

  • Cindy LeQuire
    Cindy LeQuire 15 days ago

    Save it!

  • Linda Putz
    Linda Putz 15 days ago

    What a shame that this place is deteriorating

  • Madd Scientist
    Madd Scientist 15 days ago

    WOW what a find!! Field stone house. Black mold ewe...severe water damage ....yep a demo job ..shame Find it hard to believe that has been empty only 5-10yrs...because the amount of peeling paint! Paint does not peel like that. The floors are in good shape. Looks like people were gutting the plumbing. Nice pic of property

  • mike stradling
    mike stradling 15 days ago +1

    1:34 shows the lock hasp was busted open. hope you guys didnt do that

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  15 days ago

      That is how we found it and its been that way for months. The floor is warped and the door wont close now.

  • Rose Miller
    Rose Miller 15 days ago

    That I think is calling butler,

  • mrscalifdreamer
    mrscalifdreamer 16 days ago

    Absolutely gorgeous home!

  • FaerieStar
    FaerieStar 16 days ago

    I love seeing these old houses! I'm always curious what they are like inside when I pass them by. And YES! I totally agree there are those that can be and should be saved. Make sad become so forlorn or destroyed. Great job showing us. This house was amazing in how good it still looked inside.

  • ohcarolz
    ohcarolz 16 days ago

    Thank you for the great tour. They don’t build them like that anymore!

  • Kathy Schroeder
    Kathy Schroeder 16 days ago

    This was an amazing video. We love to restore old houses, and this place is definitely worth saving! I hope they decide to do just that. Thank you for sharing.

  • Connie Benitez
    Connie Benitez 16 days ago

    What a beautiful house, and a very good narrator, you are a person that knows what's worthy. Is a pitty that such a beautiful property could be left abandon.

  • Handmade by Roxan
    Handmade by Roxan 16 days ago

    It's an amazing home. Unfortunately the amount of money to restore it I imagine is huge. Hopefully the developer will either see it's potential, or at least allow a salvage company to come in and harvest as much as possible. There sadly are a lot of these homes sitting around the country in predominately rural areas that don't have the real estate markets to support the sale of such a structure. I love older homes. Mine was built in 1930. They come with problems that not everyone wants to deal with. But what I'm really curious about is, why did it become abandoned in the first place?

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  16 days ago

      Was sold in a divorce, the developer purchased it and hasn't touch it since clearing it out. It will be torn down at some point.

  • Frances Vega
    Frances Vega 16 days ago +1

    I saw some black mold! you guys may get sick from this exposure...never go to those house without a mask

  • Kimberly Stuckey
    Kimberly Stuckey 17 days ago

    That double bell thing in the basement looks like a bell sound for the doorbells

  • Barbara Robb
    Barbara Robb 17 days ago

    What a house hope someone. Lives hear now.

  • randi
    randi 17 days ago

    Such a beautiful old house. Would cost a fortune to rehab it and keep it running. But wow what a place!

  • BeatlesFanSonia
    BeatlesFanSonia 17 days ago

    How many bathrooms?

    • BeatlesFanSonia
      BeatlesFanSonia 16 days ago

      It looked like so many! Thanks for letting me know. That’s a beautiful house.

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  16 days ago

      4

  • BeatlesFanSonia
    BeatlesFanSonia 17 days ago

    Do you have any theories on why these homes were abandoned? Why no one has claimed them?

    • BeatlesFanSonia
      BeatlesFanSonia 16 days ago

      +JPVideos That's actually sad.

    • JPVideos
      JPVideos  16 days ago

      It was sold in a nasty divorce and a developer purchased it.

  • Peggy Papp
    Peggy Papp 17 days ago

    The small house was for the grounds keepers.

  • Laura Lanham
    Laura Lanham 17 days ago

    Loved the whole thing. Would love to buy it.