Unfinished, mostly-abandoned, and possibly haunted - there is a lot to the tale of this incredible mansion near Kent. It was once said to be the most expensive private house built in Britain for a century and it is bigger than Buckingham Palace.
It was even dubbed "The Ghost House of Sussex".
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Let us introduce you to Hamilton Place, the jaw-dropping, £40 million mansion which started to come to life in 1985. But this impressive house remains no more than a huge shell, lying unfinished 35 years later.
Designed for British multi-millionaire Nicholas van Hoogstraten, one of the wealthiest people in Sussex, Hamilton Place is something else. It's been the subject of immense investment despite the fact that no one has ever lived in it and there is little sign that anyone ever will.
But despite its scale, there is little to hint at its presence as you approach. It is hidden away off of an unassuming junction on the A22 south of Uckfield in East Sussex and the house, bigger than Buckingham Palace, is completely obscured by a thick wooded area. The closest glimpse you can get on foot is of a gated entrance onto the estate that gives nothing away, aside from a bricked unit and a large, white container. But there is a definite sense of unease. Stuck on the gate is a sign 'High Cross Estate, Private Property, Keep Out' written in capital letters.
If that's not enough, multiple other signs warn of "shooting in progress", "dogs running free" and CCTV being in operation. It is a clear message: do not try and come in.
It appears not many have, with most recent photographs taken by drones and older photographs taken on-site apparently when work was still ongoing.
Those photos show an eerie building, shrouded in scaffolding and overgrowing foliage, with discarded containers, construction equipment, and other items littered throughout the grounds. It doesn't look like anything has happened here for a long time.