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Buckland  Buckland Plantation, front view. Their once was a two story porch on the front of this house. One of the porch columns is still on the front of the house.

Buckland Buckland Plantation, front view. Their once was a two story porch on the front of this house. One of the porch columns is still on the front of the house.

A RUN-DOWN former home of inventor Hiram Maxim is due to receive a massive makeover.  The old Baldwyns Park Mansion, on the site of what was Bexley Hospital, is currently lying boarded up and partially destroyed by fire and damp.  A grade II-listed building, the mansion dates back to the early 19th Century and was last used as accommodation for the then-expanding mental asylum.  Now Laing Homes and Morgan Restoration want to convert the rotting building into 14 flats, restoring several…

A RUN-DOWN former home of inventor Hiram Maxim is due to receive a massive makeover. The old Baldwyns Park Mansion, on the site of what was Bexley Hospital, is currently lying boarded up and partially destroyed by fire and damp. A grade II-listed building, the mansion dates back to the early 19th Century and was last used as accommodation for the then-expanding mental asylum. Now Laing Homes and Morgan Restoration want to convert the rotting building into 14 flats, restoring several…

Dr. Phene's House - Chelsea, London, England.  Building began in 1901 and he was continuously building, tearing down, and rebuilding.  The house was never finished or lived in.  Dr.  Phene died in 1912 and by 1920 the house had been demolished.  Few pictures exist.

Dr Phene in his garden

Dr. Phene's House - Chelsea, London, England. Building began in 1901 and he was continuously building, tearing down, and rebuilding. The house was never finished or lived in. Dr. Phene died in 1912 and by 1920 the house had been demolished. Few pictures exist.

Castalia  This house was supposedly built in 1864 for a Mitchell family. The second floor was never finished because of the depression after the Civil War. The first floor front windows slide into the wall. It was probably built by Warrenton builder Jacob Holt. Located in Nash County NC.

Castalia This house was supposedly built in 1864 for a Mitchell family. The second floor was never finished because of the depression after the Civil War. The first floor front windows slide into the wall. It was probably built by Warrenton builder Jacob Holt. Located in Nash County NC.

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