A classically beautiful but abandoned French hotel is for sale for half the price of a London house.
The entire 17th-century boutique hotel in the southern French village of Anduze is on the market for just £278,000.
Close to the Cévennes National Park and the coastal town of Montpellier, a popular holiday resort, the Hôtel Particulier is located in the heart of the village.
It falls apart elegantly and has four old-fashioned but stunning en suite suites over four floors.
The place is full of high ornate ceilings, terracotta tiled floors and a beautiful wooden staircase leading up the building.
Large arched windows and glazed French doors lead onto balconies overlooking the picturesque village, whose origins date back to pre-Roman times.
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There is also a ground floor residential building for the owner and a commercial space currently used as a shoe shop.
The hotel was originally built four hundred years ago as a luxurious private residence for the Lords of Générargues.
However, the historic building needs extensive restoration.
The new owners have to put a lot of love, time and money into modernizing the building.
Elsewhere, another derelict hotel has come on the market for £8million – but this one has hundreds of rooms, tennis courts, bars and nightclubs.
The luxurious seaside resort is now just a remnant of its former glory, having fallen into disrepair for 14 years.
The Hotel Itapirubá, on the coast of Laguna, Brazil, opened in 1978 but permanently closed in 2009 due to management problems.
Spanning 60,000 square meters on the idyllic coast, haunting images show over 200 hollowed-out rooms where guests once slept.
Drained swimming pools, rusty playgrounds and graffiti-painted outbuildings now lie in ruins on prime luxury properties.
It’s not the only tourist spot around the world that’s still neglected.
In Tenerife, a 22-story hotel, also right on the beach, has stood empty for 50 years.
Horrifying photos show the interior of the huge resort, which was supposed to house 741 individual apartments.
An entire abandoned village of 44 houses is now up for sale – and it could be yours for the same price as just one house.
Salto de Castro, in northwestern Spain, has 135 days of sunshine each year and has its own hotel, pool and bar.
No one has lived in Salto de Castro for three decades, but now it could all be yours.