The House on the Hill: Pt. II

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My second visit to the House on the Hill in South Park, Seattle. Due to waist-high debris it was impossible to get more than a couple of feet inside the house. The interior is severely burned; it smells and is very unsafe. On the outside there is broken glass everywhere in addition to piles of debris. At one time this was a house with a view of Downtown Seattle in the distance as well as the Duwamish River nearby. I don’t know what “Skin Trap House” means, so if anyone has any ideas…. feel free to comment. The ground floor of the interior looks more like a dumping ground than anything else; perhaps after the fire people just repurposed the house? A good percentage the debris is not fire damaged. The image of the stairs leading to the second floor I found most appealing and engaging.

About bluestar2012

Sixty six years young photographer, living in Seattle, WA.

Posted on March 25, 2016, in abandoned buildings, Architecture, B&W, buildings, graffiti, Nikon D7000, Seattle, South Park, Thoughts, Urban Decay and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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