Enys House, Cornwall UK has stood derelict for nearly half a century. Currently under restoration, the house is being restored to it’s 1830’s layout.
It has been home to the Enys Family, the Dutch Navy during WWII and a Colony of bats. The building is scattered with ointment bottles, old batteries and keys. The giant window shutters are the reminder of a grand era, whilst the squat radiators sulk in corners.
Ryan Corbyn has been photographing the Enys House since 2009, throughout the restoration.