a very amazing place for sure! Been wanting to film it for a long time. Finally got a chance to check it out.
This historic preservation documentary, featuring several historic Kentucky homes, is a departure from the kind of abandoned urbex videos I usually feature on this channel, but I wanted to share this with all of you. I filmed this in the spring of 2016 for the Boyle Landmark Trust, a wonderful preservation society in my area. It features several homes with history important to central Kentucky, some with uncertain futures, and some that have a bright outlook ahead thanks to the work thats being done to maintain and repurpose them. This film was screened in May 2016 at the Trust's Preservation Month event in Danville, Kentucky. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did making it. Thanks for watching! FACEBOOK @ KENTUCKYURBEX SUBSCRIBE TO KENTUCKY URBEX - https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=kentuckyurbex
A large old home with lots of retro items and gorgous stained glass windows.
Loch Aerie, AKA Glen-Loch, AKA Lockwood Mansion was built in 1865 by William E. Lockwood, esq., a Philadelphia businessman, in Chester County Pennsylvania. It was designed by famed architect Addison Hutton with landscape design by Charles Miller, the Fairmount Park landscape designer. The design is described in the 1958 Historic American Buildings Survey as being of Italianate Design with Victorian Gothic details. Be sure to see the basement tour at http://youtu.be/rQOjb6C79fE
This place had a few little surprises in it.
Worth watching, even if just last 5 minutes or so. This place turned up an incredible find (to me anyways). At the very end, it's all cleaned up with details shown.
This is a tour of the old farm house on our farm. It is located in Berkeley County West Virginia. It was built by Sam Shriver for Hollis Lee, and Amelia DeHaven. Hollis and Amelia bought the property on December 15,1902. The house was built right after that. Amelia was born on June 14,1870.They were married in 1892. They raised 9 kids in this house not counting all the grandkids. Amelia died in the house in 1959, she was 89 years old. Hollis died in 1928. Sorry about the dirty jokes at the end of the video.
This old farmhouse is packed to the hilt with drawers and boxes of old and collectible antiques from 1700s thru 1920s . Too much stuff to even get inside one room .
Another video filmed in the Spring of 2014. Join me on this tour of an abandoned horse farm sitting on a lot of acreage which dates back to 1870 and has been abandoned for around 15 years (circa 1999). There was a barn on the property which was burnt down by vandals around 2004. I found the architecture to be quite unique. Thanks for exploring with me!
In this, probably the last time I will visit the abandoned historic William Crow house in Danville, Kentucky. I focus on some of the details that I missed during my last visit three months ago. Please enjoy this final tour of one of the oldest stone homes in Kentucky. JOIN US ON FACEBOOK/INSTAGRAM @ KENTUCKYURBEX