A seemingly typical I-House of rural demeanor near sprawling farmland of southern Virginia. There is no special abandoned history attached with this building and it has remained here, desolate for decades. Built anywhere within the 1800s -1900s and mostly likely fully forgotten by the mid 20th century.
Passing trips over the years almost seem as if there is always a Vulture sunbathing on the roof or chimney stacks of this large home. Sure enough, on the Google Maps Streetview there was a vulture catching rays on the roof.
What does it look like on the inside? Is it similar to this abandoned home almost 30 miles away?
Located in rural Virginia. You can find this home along US route 29 with these coordinates. 37.038450, -79.359772