Hillcroft, St. Charles, IL

While we were driving around St. Charles I spotted a pair of stone pillars with the name Hillcroft inscribed on them and they led to an overgrown long driveway going to an old, elegant abandoned home and yard. This is a lovely site with much of its charm intact, possibly made better by the encroaching decrepitude.

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