50 Abandoned Houses That Are Begging to Be Restored
If we could wave a wand, we’d want to restore these gorgeous abandoned houses right now.
Castle Fit for a Noble
This property likely held someone of noble class at some time. It’d be a real wonder if it got restored to what it used to be. Check out these 31 other homes hiding secrets.
This house looks like a scene in the prairies of the heartland. Imagine watching a storm roll in from the front porch if this home got fixed up. One of the most immediate fixes would need to be the roof. Find out the 15 silent signs your roof is failing.
An abandoned beach house on the Gloucester shore in Massachusetts could be the perfect piece of property for a rehab project. Just make sure you’re cleaning windows like the pros if you’ve got a view of the water.
It would be great to breathe some new life into this old beauty. Make sure you’re not wasting time on these 12 home renovations you’re likely to regret later.
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With such a view of the water, it’s a shame that this abandoned house hasn’t gotten fixed up. Make sure you’re picking the right projects if you want to increase the resale value of your home.
This old farmhouse needs some TLC but if it got a coat of paint and some other features it’d be really eye-catching.
This old Greek revival style home could look spectacular with some upgrades. A lot of brickwork would have to take place as well as new windows. Don’t miss these 11 home improvement projects you can do yourself.
Queen Anne Restoration
A Queen Anne style home complete with a turret would be a great renovation project once it was done.
This home looks like it’s in great shape and with a second-story porch it’ll feel like hanging out in a treehouse a little. If you want the real deal, check out these incredible DIY treehouses.