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House left vacant since 1980s and used for seances up for sale in mysterious circumstances


This Gladesville house has been vacant since the 1980s.

A derelict house in Gladesville left vacant since the 1980s has returned to the spotlight after being listed for sale in circumstances the agent has described as “an enigma”.

The historic house on Prince Edward St was last occupied in 1987 and has remained empty ever since – save for occasional break-ins from teenagers reportedly holding seances there to contact the dead.

And it appears the decades without care have taken a toll on the property.

Grass and weeds have swallowed the roof and other plant growth has damaged the structure to the point that it is considered unsafe to go inside.

MORE: Hoarder house sells for over $3m

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