Stoke grange is a Three story farmhouse and outbuildings set alongside the A53 in the North Shropshire countryside, it is currently up for sale from with an asking price of £1,000,000. Local rumour also has it that it was used by the IRA during an attempted bombing of the Royal Irish base at Ternhill.
The front room of the farmhouse taken as a panorama of five seperate images shot on a tripod and stiched together through photoshop. The door to the left of the frame leads to a series of bare rooms which look to be a living area of the house, while a rotten fallen down staircase further in hides another set of stairs down to a cellar. To the right more doors lead through to several rooms which appear to be used as kitchens and utility rooms.
A shot taken through the door on the left of the first frame, a flash helped light the furthest archway which was in deep shadow.
An Aga found in a small kitchen room, lit naturally from a large window to the right of the room.
Detail shot of the same Aga.
A cooker in another larger kitchen, again naturally lit from a window to the right.
A stove opposite the cooker in the previous shot, this shot was themed along Alice in Wonderland and was lit using two flashguns left and right of the stove.
The upstairs of the property, lots of dereliction and rotten floorboards, not too much in the way of fetures.
The cellar, rather damp underfoot and on a day i forgot my torch. This shot was lit naturally with the camera on a tripod.
Another room in the cellar, this one was pitch black and had to be lit with flash, one bounced off a wall to the left of the camera and another hidden in the alcove on the left.
Moving outside the house the outbuilding were less interesting, though there were some things worth shooting like this outhouse near to the house.
one of the barns, this one is now shut up and looks like it is being used to house chickens.