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  • Lisa Matheny Holmes

    This should be our home @ Hobgoblin HallowVictorian Gothic Homes

  • Sheri Dulaney

    white carpenter Gothic. Nyci, I see this as your idea of white picket fence living. :) Beautiful place!

  • Erika Davis

    Abandoned Gothic. The Mason House in Thompson Ct. who abandons homes like this?! I'll love you, house.

  • J.L. Frazer : Writer and Artist

    The perfect white gothic Victorian house. Thompson, CT : THOMPSON, CT - WM. MASON HOUSE 1845

  • Carline Oakley

    Hard to believe this house is abandoned - what a shame! Located in Thompson CT - WM. MASON house, built in 1845, and it's on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Tammy LaVonne Giesbrecht

    Beautifully spooky love old houses like this

  • Annette Jahne

    Thompson, CT : THOMPSON, CT - WM. MASON HOUSE 1845- Abandoned House on Martha's Vineyard

  • Tori Rowe

    Dream house!

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