House? Almost more of a shack, really. There are two “additions” to the structure, on either side of the main room, both of which couldn’t have been anywhere close to weather-tight. The walls of these rooms were cobbled together in a patchwork quilt of particle board, which (of course) is not moisture resistant. As a result, the exterior of those rooms is a warped and wavy surface with lots of gaps. The trees and brush are overgrown, hiding a disused railroad track so close that it must have made the building shudder when trains still ran its length.