This farm house bis part of an abandoned farm in Denmark. The three buildings (farmhouse, stables and work shop) are arranged in a classical rectangular shape right at the main road through a small village.
The workshop has been filled with objects that hint at the farm being used as a café and as a small artisan's market - a combination fairly common in Denmark.
The farmhouse itself is a thatched-roof cottage. The condition suggests that renovation has begun some time ago but has been stopped due to lack of money.
Water damages are dissolving the newly installed drywalls and the polished parquet flooring has puddles on it.
Also noteworthy are the cast-iron ovens that are in some of the rooms.