Amidst the heart of the dense forest, an abandoned dwelling beckons to the curious. Despite the encroaching darkness, a group ventures forth towards the mysterious structure. Armed with a lamp, one member descends into the depths, unveiling a hidden staircase cunningly concealed behind a wall.
A barely discernible trail guides them to the forsaken house, its walls composed of weathered red bricks, a testament to the passing years of construction. However, at the entrance, an unmistakable odor of mold greets the intruders. The rooms, surprisingly, hold a breath of fresh air, while an uninvited guest, portrayed in a painting, gazes down from above the fireplace.
The ground floor unfolds into a service area, featuring a kitchen and a compact utility room. Yet, an unexpectedly spacious room lies beyond, echoing the once-prosperous hospitality of its owner.
Ascending to the first floor reveals three bedrooms—a master, one for the little ones, and a guest—all adorned with fireplaces and haunted by the lingering traces of abandonment.
In a pivotal moment, a curious traveler descends into the cellar, where a concealed staircase is brought to light. His journey through the house leads him to an overlooked attic, shrouded in secrecy as if intentionally hidden by an unseen hand.
The purpose of the owner’s activities in the attic remains an enigma, lost to the sands of time. Perhaps it was a hobby that ultimately led to the abandonment of this once-grand abode.