Inside abandoned Art Deco mansion that nobody has lived in for decades

Inside abandoned Art Deco mansion that nobody has lived in for decades


Beautiful footage and images show inside an abandoned Art Deco home shrouded in foliage in Ireland as nature reclaims the building site.

The video, playable above, was captured by TikTok user @lostireland and uploaded on Thursday, June 17, where it has since captured the imagination of hundreds of people.

In the clip, the photographer wanders through the forest and towards the shell of the building, which resembles a concrete bunker from the outside and is now covered in lichen.

As he approaches the entrance, there is an elaborate series of arches that frame what might have once upon a time been the garden.

He then explores empty concrete hallways and rooms which have been completely abandoned, with a rotting piano left behind in one corner.

Some of the windows have a diamond shape and the overall shape of the interior is curved, including the winding staircase which has round steps and no rail.

The shapes flow into one another and it seems whoever designed the project had big ideas before they were forced to leave.

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It has been watched thousands of times and viewers were awestruck by the mysterious building.

One person marveled: "Wow this is a gorgeous site. Would love to see it in person."

A second said: "Why are all these buildings abandoned? Such beautiful and useful buildings."

"I love your content," gushed someone else while another stated the footage was "beautiful".

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The photographer, who also shares his work on Instagram, explained that the person behind the stunning building had begun construction before planning permission was granted and had to leave.

He said he couldn't reveal the location in case it became targeted by vandals.

This comes after a creepy mansion was turned into an asylum for wealthy patients before it was destroyed in a fire that gutted the building and left it abandoned.

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