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This is the mystery of the deserted Villa in New York.
One of the most populous places in the hemisphere, New York City is the biggest city in the United States. Considering a total of eight and a half million citizens, this means that the city has more residents than 100 different states. That' true, there are more New Yorkers than in the whole of Switzerland as a country in Europe.
This is accompanied by a big problem that the city is always struggling with - living. So where in the oceans (or in the city in this case) are you going to accommodate so many souls? There' s only so many flats in New York City. A way to handle this is to break off old, short structure and construct taller edifices that can accommodate more population.
However, even with these notions, the people of New York City are skyrocketing without an end in sight. 2. I wish there was a large piece of property outside the city on which a large residential estate could be constructed. Outside New York City, there's a vast deserted villa that is rot.
Why doesn't anyone build on it? There seems to be such a place hidden in the forests outside Manhattan, and it would have been a mystery if the award-winning Bryan Zanzibar photographic artist hadn't found it. Zanzibar photographs deserted streets and houses and even made a movie about a New York psychiatric clinic named New York's Schadows of Kings Park.
Zanzibar was given the opportunity to take photographs of the interior of the deserted school. This dilapidated edifice was first erected in the 1930' and was inhabited until the 1970'. Nobody else really knows who the owner of this extensive real estate was or why it was just given up.
There is even a covered hall and a bowling-hall. The villa was completely enormous and probably known in the 1950' and 1960'. But what the edifice was used for is still a total puzzle. The excavation revealed that the enormous edifice is actually in someone's possession.
He is quite secluded the owner of the property, but he is known for purchasing huge lots and observing them falling apart. He' s got several homes all over New York, where he does. Situated on six hectares of farmland, this is a huge edifice. Among the 57 rooms there is a teniscourts, a bowlingbahn and much more.
Anyone who has been living here could just as easily have tried to found their own city in New York City. Those guys really had everything they ever needed at hand. One thing that is really weird is the fact that all the villas look as if they have been left in a frenzy.
Was there a good enough excuse for him to choose this property from everyone else to buy at a realty sale? While we don't know who used to live here, we do know that at least one lady was in the house because all the women's slippers were properly placed in the cupboards of one of the rooms.
Maybe she wasn't as enthusiastic as the others? Maybe she was wearing her trainers when she left the house? You can find lots of toy all over the place in the villa, as well as puppets and even a faultless state cane. Anyway, the deserted tiles give the place a scary feeling.
After all the evidence we are sure that this home was the home of several kids, one of whom seems to have been in primary education. Besides, that spooky picture of a kid, was that the owner's kid? From the things that have been abandoned, it looks as if the kids in this home were sent to andphanage.
The most interesting part of the building is the large local collection. And there are tens, if not hundred, of remaining and deserted book. In spite of the fact that the villa is located in one of the most heavily inhabited places on earth, there is astonishingly little structural damaging caused by a vandal.
One of the coldest parts of the home is perhaps the outdoor courts, which are lined with light-flooded sashes. Today, however, the courts are something like a scrap yard with everything from a cooker to an old automobile. It is a little strangely adorned and shows the epochs in which the building itself was inhabited.
Everything is available in the home, from vectorian furnishings and murals to carpets in certain places. It' interesting that the folks who used to live in this building had almost 100 years of designing. A further interesting way to date the home and the occupants is to look at the development of the stools in the home.
Though there are still drapes on the window, the New York winters could still find a way in. While, in the 1930' s, when this special building was constructed, there were not many TVs in residential houses, it is interesting to realize that there are still almost no TVs in the whole family.
It seems, however, that this villa was indeed a place of music talents, as there are several turntables, radio stations and other electronic devices spread throughout the entire family. It seemed that the last occupants of the villa had hurried. Not only the things that have been abandoned, but also where they have been abandoned, it is clear that these men have run away in a haste.
In front of a TV this image shows an empty chair. What's this place got a upright for? It' interesting that such a music store has a pianist playing all by himself. Seems that the initial occupants, before they came out of the building, tried to make many repairs to increase the value of the place a little.
The steps and fall plates distributed over the various wing of the houses bear witness to this. Perhaps the property was sealed off and the bench tried to refurbish the place before the sales? The creepy nature of the home is contributed only by a puppet that sits on the sofa. Doesn't look like anyone's been in the place for years.