Abandoned Castle Mansion

exploring abandoned castle mansion

Abandoned Castle Mansion – $2,000,000 Abandoned Mansion

This vacant Castle looking mansion was listed for sale in 2011 for approximately $2,000,000.  

Built in a time when large single family homes on large plots of land were popular, sadly this beautiful old gothic looking castle will be demolished and replaced with multiple unit dwellings in condos and townhomes.  Why let one family live on a piece of land when you can buy them out and put a dozen more on that same plot, right?

This is the new reality in the area that this abandoned mansion is located in, several large homes are now slated for demolition and development as newer condos replace older (and sometimes new) homes.

This incredible mansion had 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a 2 car garage and parking space for 9 cars.

In the backyard, a gorgeous outdoor pool and patio, inside tall lofty ceilings with exposed beams, two staircases including a unique spiral staircase that connects the multiple levels.

This abandoned mansion was given to me by RiddimRyder and Zenning with Zay after they spotted it while checking for other abandoned places in this part of the city with so much to explore.

Entering the home through an already open door, I immediately noticed the home still had power and motion sensors would flash as I walked by them.  But, knowing that Riddim and Zay spent a considerable amount of time here I wasn’t worried.

The home was interesting to navigate as it had so many rooms and multiple floors, a strange office positioned in between the 1st and 2nd floor, accessible by a small set of stairs.  I found it strange to find things like artwork left behind, dishes in the sink and a bed, still with sheets and pillows upstairs.

There was oddly a lot of toilet paper and water bottles to be found in the house, like A LOT of toilet paper!  It seemed like either someone was squatting or, more likely, the construction workers at the site next door were using the home for breaks (and naps).

This was an enjoyable exploration as I always like to see what the inside of these large mansions look like and to get a glimpse of how the wealthy live.

Exterior of the Abandoned $2,000,000 Castle Mansion


Inside of the Abandoned $2,000,000 Castle Mansion