A retirement house

Author Maoli - Last updated: 07.06.2012

A few weeks ago met a great explorer who shown me a *almost* clean retirement house. It was closed in mid-2008 and is going to reopen next year with a Alzheimer care unit. The place is a building of 3 floors (1 basement + 2 floors), with a lot of room, and also many wheelchairs left.

Some metal thieves already sneaked in the building, and I guess the entry I used has been created by them. But it seems the place has never been explored yet.

So here we go:

3 comments

#1MaxJune 7, 2012, 9:56 pm

Holy crap, what a nice untouched location oO

I am really pleased to see it…

Thanks for sharing :D

#2MaoliJune 10, 2012, 2:38 pm

Well, not entirely untouched (it was *almost* clean).
In fact there have been some vandalism and metal thief are already working there.

But yes a lot of items remains. I’m not going to share the place right now.

#3sophos9August 3, 2012, 11:47 pm

Beautiful location, great work on shooting it :)

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