Original fittings in the bathroom, as you can see. You just can't source this type of quality nowadays. They introduced standards, or something. Funny story about that arch. My client sank his teeth into the...Hm. Actually, on seconds thoughts that story isn't so funny. Let's just move on, shall we?
Again, these are all original features. This wood paneling is sturdy enough to have survived so far. I'm sure it will continue to do so long into the future. The stains? Well, yes. At some point, I'll need to explain about your upstairs neighbor. Let's just leave that for the moment, though. No, sir. I'm sure those aren't blood stains and if they are, I'm sure they're it's not virgin human blood. That would just be a crazy waste!
Mm. I'd heard some folks say that they've seen the face of God in a Dorito but I don't see how you could possible see a demon staring up at you from the shower floor. Are you alright, sir? Would you like to step inside the cubicle so I can pour some cold water on you? Yes, that's right. Just like that. Good boy. Step inside.
So, this is the rear cottage. It's another original building dating back to the same time period as the main complex. Oh, and look. Over there by the window you can see the original tiles. So authentic. They used to be all over the floor, of course. Do you? No, I can't see where it looks like they exploded up as some underground demon brushed it's overheated back against the floor. Quite the imagination you have there, sir.
Yes, the upstairs tenant does go through quite a lot of appliances. I've found, over the years, it's best not to ask him too many questions. After all, it's not like he's paying rent so you can ask him silly prying questions all the time. Or rather, it's just not like he's paying rent.
This is a later addition to the main house. As you can see, it's been used by the previous occupants as a laundry. Sir, I'm sure those are something to do with the washing machine and I'm positive they're not the severed limbs of a captive robot.