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The house is very warped, and a glance inside one of the "basement windows" explains why Front porch of the Craftsman house at Death Valley Mine, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomFront porch of the Craftsman house at Death Valley Mine, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomFront porch of the Craftsman house at Death Valley Mine, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomFront porch of the Craftsman house at Death Valley Mine, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomFront porch of the Craftsman house at Death Valley Mine, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub room

The support beams of this old house rest mostly on the ground and don't appear to have much of a foundation beneath them.