Category: Abandoned Houses

Abandoned Houses in Ontario. These may include farms, time capsules, rural properties and luxury homes.


Electric Funeral

A southern Ontario town was selected to be the site of a new plant that will build EV car batteries. Good for the environment right? Local farmers however felt that the land could have been used for agricultural purposes. The town purchased lots of land for between $65,000 to $150,000 per acre. House #1 This…


No More Cheese

I found this property while taking an unexpected route in Southern Ontario. There are several outbuildings in addition to the house. From my brief research, I learned that it belonged to a religious farmer. The property is for sale for close to $4,000,000. The house itself has a distinct raccoon poop smell and I suspect…


The $2 Million Getaway

I can’t give away too many details on this property just yet. This was a quick in and out visit.


Swamp Gas House

This elegant looking house was a bit of a disappointment. Initially I was only able to see through the windows of the secured house, but I knew if I kept trying that it would one day be open. Such was the case on my last road trip when I stopped in and tried the garage…


Groovy Wallpaper House

This house was purchased by a development company with the intention to build townhouses. In a somewhat ironic turn of events, the past owner of this house led a petition by area residents to oppose new townhouses on the other side of her street. As the petition was made around 2021, this house has been…


Four Bedroom Bore

Not much to say about this house other than it was purchased by a development company and will be torn down for new housing. Inside a box are some school binders from someone who was studying in the medical field.


Slide Show

This property contained a few businesses including a distributor of consumer goods and a mattress store. It’s largely gutted now and most of the contents have been scattered outside. One day I decided to satisfy my curiosity and went inside mainly to shoot some video for you – the viewer. I was inside for approximately…


Trashed and Gutted


In The Bush III

This house was built in 1952. In 2016, it sold for $1.1 million. In 2018, a capital company acquired the property utilizing a mortgage taken out through Building Development and Mortgages Canada. They planned to build a new subdivision on the land along with two other adjacent properties that were purchased. The town committee would…


In The Bush II

This house was built in 1952. In 2016, it sold for $4.2 million.In 2018, a capital company acquired the property utilizing a mortgage taken out through Building Development and Mortgages Canada. They planned to build a new subdivision on the land along with two other adjacent properties that were purchased.The town committee would not allow…