I did find this amazing building many years ago; it was obviously forgotten, but back then it still was locked. Last friday I decide to finally get check today's situation... and doors were wide open. This is one of those "can't believe it at all" places. It was built at 1907 by famous Finnish painter, that was back them at same level with other Finnish painters like Järnefelt and Gallen-Kallela - actually they did have shared exhibition at Paris few years later. True story tells, that maybe most famous Finnish poet, Eino Leino, did spent one night passed out by booze on this buildings stairs that lead to second floor so anybody weren't able to get up or down before he did wake up.
So you can imagine what it was to be in there over 100 years later on gloomy autumn day. Usually I just walk slowly, try to search photos. At this place, I did spent few moments just tasting that atmosphere, trying to listen if that building would tell some stories from the past. 3 hours did go by really fast.
And what comes to today's situation... This was sold back at '90s to man, who did buy almost same time old mansion too. It seems that since then this have just be dying lonely. Extremely sad.