Here we have an image of an old run-down rural farmhouse on a hilltop in rural Indiana. The white siding shingles are covered with mold or breaking off the building. The building has a small covered porch that wraps around the front of the farm home. There is a reasonably new bench swing hung at the front. Unfortunately, the roof of the house is in poor repair. The covered porch roof shingles are crumbling, and the entire structure is damaged and at risk of collapsing.
There is a hanging air conditioner at the side of the building, most likely the kitchen. All the windows in the century-old house are covered with drapes. The early American farmhouse's doors have screen doors, typical of a home without modern air conditioning, allowing for airflow through the house in the hot Indiana summers.