A New York Summer Estate Abandoned in the is the Ultimate Fixer-Upper. The Carleton Villa was built in 1894 for typewriter magnate William Wyckoff as a summer residence and large spot for entertaining.
I always wonder what the story is behind old abandoned houses. This had to have been a nice house back when it was first built. I just start thinking about the families that lived there and wonder why someone eventually just let the house go to ruin 🙁
In the midst of the forests of Normandy, France, the Chateau de Morsan. The chateau was built as a summerhouse, and at one point it served as a hunting lodge. The exterior facade of the house reflected a French Rococo architectural style.