When I decided to buy my first piece of property, I chose a home in an older neighborhood that needed to be spruced up.
Don’t get me wrong, the house was in great condition when I purchased it, but several appliances and other miscellaneous items needed to be updated. While I love the look of modernized furnishings in a home, not everyone feels the same way.
The late owners of a farmhouse in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, England were against refurnishing their property and kept the home in the same condition it was in since they the moved there with their parents in the 1940s.
Audrey Newton and her brother Jack lived in their humble abode for more than 70 years before they passed away in 2011 and 2015, respectively. Since they were both unwed and didn’t have any children, the farmhouse has been put on the auction block along with all of its post-World War II possessions.
The siblings kept several items owned by their parents, which have dated back all the way from the Victorian era.
The house contains more than 500 objects that have been left untouched, such as old fashioned toys.
And a stuffed fox.
But, what is more remarkable is the interior of the house, that’ll make you believe you just stepped out from a time machine.