THIS spooky abandoned mansion in Belfast now has moss and seaweed growing in the swimming pool and a spooky “help us” message on the wall.
Tiktoker Jamie Robinson, who explores abandoned buildings across Northern Ireland, traveled to Ballyhamage House on the Burn Road in Doagh, Co. Antrim.
The Department for Communities, Historic Environment Division in Northern Ireland describes Ballyhamage House as “an unusual five bay, two storey Georgian house built about 1800 with a former chapel attached”.
They added: “A simple but elegant building, characteristic of the period and retaining many original details.
“Ancillary buildings add to the historical integrity of the site. These include former stables.”
Unfortunately, the mansion has since been abandoned and has fallen into complete disrepair.
As one explores the once decadent property, which is accessed down a long gated driveway, it’s clear to see that the house itself hasn’t seen life in quite some time.
Jamie – who has over a million likes on TikTok – shared his footage from inside the mansion, climbing into the building through the pool house.
His video shows the pool now filled with moss and bright green algae, floors with fallen plaster and paint, and an old hot tub that is also out of service.
The house was obviously left to rot, with paint peeling off the walls while trash and dirt piled up on the floor.
The dark kitchen is in dire need of some TLC, too, as footage shows a rusting Stanley range, rotting open cabinets and large windows covered in chipboard.
However, the damage is most devastating in what appears to be a ground floor reception area, as the roof has completely breached exposing the stone walls and first floor area, while the ground below is covered in rubble.
Shocked by his findings, Jamie said, “This roof is basically half erased, it’s all just sitting here.”
On the way up to the top floor, an old games room features a pool table, exercise bike, ping pong table and dart board.
However, it has undoubtedly seen better days, with the words “leave” and “help us” chillingly spray-painted across the walls.
Jamie said, “That would have been a good spot when you were younger.”