Abandoned Decaying House in the mountains With power.





I’ve been to this house now a few times, its just a creepy abandoned house in the hills in Victoria, Australia. But just a great little explore.

It doesn’t take long to exp lore this place, however it was well worth it.

And when I found out the power was still on, well if you’re watching this video you would be able to tell how excited I was when I found out the power was working.

There are parts of this video that you can see from the first time I visited compared to the latest time I explored this decaying creepy house.

The flooring in this house is getting bad, there is a bulge in the kitchen floor boards, the stairs to upstairs are collapsing, the back of the house seems to be rotting away and I was not game enough to walk into that part.

Finding furniture upstairs was creepy, and the mould all over the roof and walls shows how decaying this house is becoming. It’s a shame as this looks like it was once a beautiful home now just left to decay and rot away.

I hope you enjoy watching this video as much as I enjoyed exploring this house.

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Abandoned Decaying House in the mountains With power.

EN.- Urban exploration is usually about exploring areas away from urban centers, industrial zones, or abandoned areas. But also for ancient ruins and areas impossible to access, everything depends on each explorer.

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