Winge Abbey Country House
Winge Abbey country house was built in the 1800’s. The stunning building has been unoccupied for some time now and has sadly fallen into a state of disrepair.
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There are places that you discover and mean to look into, but just never get around to it. This was one of those places. I’d first noticed this country house a year and half, maybe even two years ago. All I could really find on tinterweb was a few mentions of the aggressive owners and one or two reports showing only externals. It then slipped my mind until a friend mentioned it recently so I decided it was time to get over there.
The country house was built in the 1800’s. The stunning building has been unoccupied for some time now and has sadly fallen into a state of disrepair. There are signs that the owners have attempted repairs and redevelopment at some point, but had not progressed very far before abandoning the daunting task. Some parts are now in a severe state of disrepair while other parts are much more pleasing.
This was a very enjoyable explore in the company of Mr T, despite the cold, early start! We headed here early to grab a star trail and then had a look around for an entry point. Not knowing whether or not there would be one, and not having a clue what to expect inside added to the excitement. Luckily we found a way in and the cold, early start was well worth it!
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