An Old Farmhouse Had Been Untouched Since The 30s: When Auctioneers Entered, They Were Astonished!
A unique farmhouse in Warwickshire was scheduled to be auctioned off after its residents passed away in 2015. The large detached farmhouse belonged to brother and sister Jack and Audrey, who had lived there with their parents since 1930.
They did not have any living relatives, spouses or children, so there was no one to inherit their property. They used the farm to breed cattle and grow crops, and devoted their whole life to their large family house and working on the land.
In 2015, when the house became empty, auctioneers became the first people to set foot inside and see its interior. When they entered, they were astonished.
The farmhouse was a real time capsule, which had remained absolutely the same since the 30s. Have a look!
There were more than 500 items, all deserving of a place in a history museum. There was a wartime amputation kit, an old style television, musical sheets, dolls, and instruments from the 1920s.
For some reason, the siblings wanted to preserve the house just the way it was. It’s amazing to see antiques in a setting where time seems to have stood still.
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