Here's just some creepy real estate. I never have wanted to live in a normal home. I grew up in a Civil War Hospital! I dream of the day when I can buy something not intended to be a home, something with a strange or dark past. Here's just some cool ones to consider if you're of the same odd bend....
A funeral parlor?
“This sale includes two parcels. One is vacant and is used for parking buy zoned residential and is approximately 1362 Sq. Ft. and the other is 2,748 Sq. Ft. with a building on it that is approximately 5,552 Sq. Ft. The larger parcel is zoned C2A. Shown by appointment with the listing agent. Proof of ability to purchase required to showing. HUGE PRICE REDUCTION! SUBMIT AN OFFER! Also in Commercial. $799,000."
Want a church for $45,000 in Pennsylvania?
Looking for a funeral home in DC?
An abandoned fort?
Ft. Carroll in the Baltimore area was built in the mid 1800s. It was left abandoned where wildlife took over and urban explorers.
An abandoned seminary?
Don't you see a lot of potential in this DC area National Park Seminary? According to WebUrbanist (I LOVE THAT SITE), The first buildings on the campus were built in the late 1880s, starting and an inn and followed by bars and gambling. More structures were added as the site became a finishing school for girls before the complex was converted to a military hospital during WWII. Though they are currently still abandoned as shown in the photographs above, developers plan to turn these unique buildings into housing units in the near future.
While your mind is on this tour, consider an abandoned amusement park, cemetery, or schoolhouse. If you can imagine converting it, it's out there for sale....