Sadly, utterly abandoned. Some of them aren’t too far gone, if only someone cared enough to invest their time and money.
A derelict looking house on High Street (LS23), Clifford, West Yorkshire, opposite the junction with Chapel Lane (LS23). By Mtaylor848.
A sadly dilapidated house for sale near Midfield, Highland, Great Britain, by Mike Dodman.
Ramshackle thatched cottage near Atherstone On Stour, Warwickshire, Great Britain by Jonathan Billinger.
A deserted and decaying mansion, seen through the trees above Llanychaer, Cwrt, still looks impressive, but up close it’s in desperate need of TLC. Described by Richard Fenton in his Tour of Pembrokeshire (1811) as a handsome modern mansion with a well-managed demesne, its outbuildings are also in ruins. The tree stump is all that remains of a cedar grown from a seed brought from the Holy Land. The adjacent farm is still operating. Photo by ceridwen.
Abandoned house near Chesaw, Washington by A. Balet on Wikimedia.
Derelict building, Upper Lanrick, Stirling, Great Britain. Despite the ruinous state of the building, the glass in its fine windows remains intact. Photo by Eileen Henderson.
Abandoned and dilapidated cottages at Lanehead, Rochdale, Lancashire near to Norden, Rochdale, Great Britain. A desirable situation right on the edge of moorland – but nobody wants them. Photo by Dr. Neil Clifton.
Derelict Mansion House in Linn Park, Glasgow near to Cathcart, Glasgow, Great Britain by Iain Thompson.
A house in need of help in Paramaribo, Suriname by Mark Ahsmann.