Costessey Hall, Norfolk - Costessey Hall was something of an oddity among the great country houses; while many were elegant Tudor or Victorian creations, Costessey Hall was more of a medieval fairytale castle. Described in some cases as something of a folly, the hall’s later renovations included a series of turrets and towers, ornate chimneys and rather fanciful Gothic architecture – quite a difference from the original house given to the Earl of Richmond by William the Conqueror in 1066.
300 year old abandoned Old Crow Cottage, in Willersley, Herefordshire. The Grade II-listed cottage was built in the 17th century and had been a village pub. A sign reading 'The Lord is my strength' still hangs above one of the beds inside the crumbling ruing of Old Crow Cottage.