Hidden inside a green oasis, this wooden villa from Soviet times does not only have a spectacular facade but also some interesting architectural interior. A few shots of objects that had been left behind were found as well.
Villa Spar is the first modern architecture abandoned villa I managed to do so far. Contemporary design and minimalist elements found here. Mix of wood, glass, stone and marble in a rather empty spot with an amazing swimming pool and an imposing living room!
I paid this place a visit as it was found on our way during our usual Sunday urbex trip. Although it is not in the best condition, it could provide me with some good shots of the doctor’s personal belongings. Some interesting compositions of forgotten wine glasses, medicines and books. The lovely chamber with the many windows and the antique bed as well as the living room with view to the backyard are my favorites of this place!
A recently abandoned location. Downstairs there is a beautifully furnished living room with a stone fireplace and many antique paintings. The forgotten teapots and sugar cubes together with the flower bouquet made this place so alive! Not that much to see upstairs apart from the big bedroom dressed in orange tapestry and the bathroom which is undoubtedly the funkiest spot of the villa! The owner must had been interested in tannery as leather and fur of various animals were found in the basement.
Villa Vital was our last destination for that wet Sunday. We arrived here in the early afternoon, crossed some muddy fields and entered the building with no trouble. Some very interesting objects were found here such as gun bullets spread on the marble fireplace, burned candles, a set of dentures, a baroque wooden chest, porcelain sculptures and teacups and an all messed-up bedroom with old fashioned women outfits. Quick impressions and an even quicker way back just before the sunset.
Villa Sauna was found somewhere between the first kilometres of our long ride. Embraced by wild nature, it revealed itself behind the numerous branches. We got to spend some quiet moments here. The villa was quite empty with most of its remaining life lying in its corridors or dilapidated stairways. Most of the findings include family photos and books. One could feel this place was in deep sleep with pauses of some sweet nostalgia in the air.
We headed to this spot on a rainy Sunday morning. Stark grey sky and heavy raindrops accompanied us until here. On our way up to the north, we got to find this abandoned gem wrapped into the savage beauty of the green surrounding it. Spooky spider webs, lacy curtains and a wide variety of old-school household objects composed a warm haunting atmosphere that got us going for the remaining urbex destinations of the day!
Even if in decay, this villa made it for a marvelous urbex experience. It seems like an Albanian family had been living here. The villa is spacious packed with many details and souvenirs from the old days. Its abandoned rooms with the floral tapestries, the long corridors, the wooden stairways and the patterned windows are all remains of the hauntingly beautiful past of this place.
This is my first residential urbex. It takes place during a sunny Saturday morning in an abandoned villa in Belgium which has been recently squatted by a group of homeless alcoholics. It seems like an old couple had been living here in the past. The pink roses, the velvet armchairs and the porcelain teapots are the remaining symbols of a nostalgic era. Whereas the presence of the current residents has invaded a big part of the majestic character of the villa, it still guards the noble atmosphere of the past.