These haunting images show the crumbling remains of the country retreat once home to iconic writer and poet， John Milton.
What was once an elegant mansion is now certainly a state of Paradise Lost， as Berkyn Manor lies decayed， damp and dirty.
In its prime, the vast property - now barely standing - housed some of the country‘s wealthiest families in its 450 years as a family home。
Haunting images taken inside the dangerously dilapidated manor show its crumbling remains - and all the possessions frozen in time when its most recent owners left. A cobweb covered， rusting pram sits motionless in front of a stained sofa.
百家乐技巧A desk, packed with papers and catalogues, remains in the home。
百家乐技巧The property‘s staircase is too dangerous to use and is littered with wall chippings and parts of the ceiling, which has caved in。 An old reception room has a single spooky armchair, with books peppered across the floor。
An old typewriter - fitting for the former home of one of Britain‘s most famous writers - has been left behind to rust, and sits beside an unfinished cup of tea。
Despite the decrepit state of the near 500-year-old home， these books appear to be in good condition.
This creepy image shows an old television, which remains standing despite the carpet beneath it being torn from the ground, and the sink behind it falling from the wall。
百家乐技巧A beam of natural light shoots into the home‘s upstairs bedroom through a hole in its ancient ceiling, the remnants of which have fallen on and collapsed both beds。