Abandoned Places

The Yellow House

Driving down a busy highway here in Florida we ran across this little abandoned gem while heading home. It is funny how many times we have driven this same route and never noticed it.
Stepping into this house we had to be super careful as it looks like there was a fire; so much of the inside was destroyed. In doing some research on the home, it was built in the early 50s and in taking a look at the court records it changed hands many times since it was built.

The huge barn in the back of the property looked like a hangout for some of the local kids, found bean bags and some empty beer cans.

Unfortunately, I was not able to find any info on the first, the search continues so hopefully something will turn up.

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