Home » Top 1000 Abandoned Places » Derelict, overgrown stone cottage. Photo by Paul Hughes Share this on Facebook download .zip with all pictures You could but its probably too green to burn, it would be easier to burn it in late winter before it starts growing again. Related Posts Overgrown Train Station This Sherman M4 Tank was stranded on the reef during the invasion of the island of Saipan during WWII. Its turret is still frozen in time, taking aim at a Japanese gun emplacement on the beach. Large tree bursting through the roof of Otto’s old greenhouse. Latest Comments Wartin December 18, 2016 I need a chainsaw, powerwasher a case of beer and a long weekend. Possible a tourniquet. CristineLacomb September 27, 2016 kind of makes me want to throw a roof on it and move in and start a fire in the fire place. Sayeche June 17, 2016 [source](https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/) MilagroConti May 7, 2016 That would have been considered quite a grand house once upon a time – two chimneys! Very posh! Oldtiavor April 12, 2016 That resolution brings me back to my Windows 98 days Hinoldo March 17, 2016 People don’t live in enough stone cottages these days. Garan February 2, 2016 so very cool. would love to excavate the inside of that and see if anything was left behind urnisaw January 30, 2016 Makes me wonder about the people who lived there once. Nulad January 26, 2016 I can no longer read derelict without thinking of zoolander.. LeolaBou January 21, 2016 This is what I always imagined Marvolo Gaunt’s house looking like Tanenth December 20, 2015 he’s only mostly dead….have fun raiding the castle…(in billy crystal superjew voice). Orpsam November 4, 2015 A testament to stone construction. How old do you think it is? Fitinack October 21, 2015 Could you clean it up by setting it on fire to burn up the foliage? Comments are closed.