Abandoned shotgun house in New Orleans, Louisiana. These are very common in New Orleans. But even more common by a large margin are the shotguns with two windows and front door and double versions of it.
The Carleton Villa on Carleton Island in the Thousand Islands archipelago of New York. Built in 1894 for William O. Wyckoff, whose massive fortune was derived from the Remington arms and typewriter company. The villa has been abandoned for over 60 years.
The Armour-Stiner House, also known as the Carmer Octagon House, Irvington, NY -- a unique octagon-shaped and domed Victorian style house built in by financier Paul J. The octagon style has been referred to as the brain house.
"Abandoned House in *Kimry (Tver region), Russia*" -- [The most interesting thing is to see in Kimry is this old wooden house built in late - early century. It is probably the most famous house in Kimry - is almost a symbol of the city.