The Buttevant Convent of Mercy in Ireland’s County Cork was constructed in 1879 and was home to the Sisters of Mercy until their departure in 2012.
The former residence of Arthur Guinness, featuring grand wood panelling and staircases, stained glass windows and even a swimming pool.
Castle MacGarrett was built in 1811 as the family home for a wealthy land-owner. It later became a nursing home for nuns, and features ornate ceilings.
Opening in 1908 the Cardiff City Asylum had space for 750 psychiatric patients. The hospital closed in 2016 after being deemed unsuitable for modern services.
An historic hotel in Ashby that became a popular wedding venue. The hotel closed in 2018.
The Station Hotel is a grand Victorian building, attached the railway station in Ayr town centre. The hotel has retained almost all of its original features inside and out.
A chapel in Wales that closed around 2010. The Pine pews and pulpit still remain in place.
Set in a 127 acre estate, Quorn House is a large country house that most recently functioned as the headquarters of the Rosemary Conley empire.
An old abandoned farmhouse in Belgium, that stands alone and hidden away.
An abandoned textile factory in Italy with rows of sewing machines and work stations