Category: Abandoned Houses

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


Stone Mason House

The story of this house goes back to 1964 when it was first built. The original owner was a man named Kerry Hill. Kerry graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School and spent his career as a patent attorney. Kerry was also a stone mason, which means that he could have certainly have built the home…


Asia Gold

A four bedroom, four bathroom house located in the Greater Toronto area. Given the plywood covering the windows and doors, as well as the outdated interior, I think this will be a teardown. The bathroom is reminiscent of the 1970’s as is the basement bar. The stories that basement bar could tell.Explored in fall of…


Return to the Bitcoin Miner House

In fall of 2023, I returned to the Bitcoin Miner House. This was an original find of mine that I’d visited earlier in the summer. It’s evident that scrappers have found the property and that kids have been here. There are beer bottles littering the front of the property. Inside, several walls have been smashed…


Waterfront Wish

This property is located along the shores of Lake Ontario. It’s valued at approximately $4.5 million dollars. The owners plan to demolish it to build a new two-storey home. Video


After The Fire

This location was sent to me by a follower who wanted to see closer photos of it. I drove to it not realizing my camera was set to take 700 pixel photos. The story of this house goes back a few years. A man named Richard who is employed as a teacher, owned a home…


Country Club Crescent

Cell photos of a house in prime real estate territory that’s destined to be demolished if the rezoning application goes through.


Ball Cap House

This was the home of Melville who was born in 1906. He married a woman named Ruth, also born in 1906 and together they raised six children: J., G., R., G., V. and V. The family were Jehovah’s Witnesses which is evident in the 35 mm slide photos. The photos, taken in 1972, show an…


Rusty Lock House (Chatham-Kent)

This location was shared with me by a Facebook follower. She’d driven past the house many times and was curious to know what the interior looked like. She had reassured me that the neighbours opposite the house (always gotta be a neighbour opposite a house even in rural areas) went to bed early and were…


Not Quite Abandoned (GTA)

This falls under urban exploration as the house was sold in May of 2023 and is by no means abandoned. It’s what I’d consider to be ‘filler’ for a day of exploring. The house was on the market for $3,000,000. Video


Destination Expropriation II

Note: This is a continuation of the same property exploration. The first post is found here.This property was purchased in 2015 by a couple looking for an investment property. They’d originally been renting the garage to use as a workshop area. Three years after renting, the owners asked the couple if they’d be interested in…