I wish I could have seen this in its glory days.
Castle Miranda has stood in Celles since 1866, Belgium, but has long been abandoned to decay and rot. It is an urban explorer’s dream, and one such individual went in and documented the sad and eerie state it is in today. The ancestors of the family that own it fled to Celles during the French Revolution to hide in a farmhouse, and as the family grew they commissioned this wonderful castle from famed English architect Milner.
Castle Miranda’s once elegant foyer, with its marvelous high-arced ceilings and windows, is a place of empty visions now. The place where beautifully dressed woman used to sweep down the stairs to go out for dinner or to greet guests is now a ruin.