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Behind the little house on Cedar Canyon Road, some of the old fake-brick tiles are neatly piled A pile of debris sits in front of the little house on Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI peer through a broken window at the disarray inside the houseA pile of debris sits in front of the little house on Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI peer through a broken window at the disarray inside the houseA pile of debris sits in front of the little house on Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI peer through a broken window at the disarray inside the houseA pile of debris sits in front of the little house on Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI peer through a broken window at the disarray inside the houseA pile of debris sits in front of the little house on Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI peer through a broken window at the disarray inside the house

It looks like this was once a little stucco house until it was clad in those ugly fake-brick tiles. Fake is still very much alive today, but not so much in this style that recalls the 1970s.