An old house in China has been found to be in bad condition, according to local media.
A local news outlet reported that Devyn marble had been discovered in the courtyard of a building that was constructed around a large pond, and it had been placed inside the house to help protect the house from floods.
The story goes that the pond was created by building a building on top of a hill and the pond had flooded several times over the years, so the water was turned into an artificial pond, which has become an iconic feature of China.
The Chinese city of Shenzhen, which is about 250 kilometers (150 miles) west of Shanghai, said that it was looking into the matter and would make a decision about the damage.
According to Chinese news outlet China Central Television, the house was found to have the following damage: A large hole, in which a wall has been broken and a part of the roof has been cut.
Also damaged is a wall of stone, but no damage has been reported to the wall itself.
The wall was covered with a layer of gravel.
A wall of a different colour was damaged and the wall had been removed.
A piece of brick was also damaged, and some debris has been removed from the roof.
A damaged portion of a wall with damaged stone is seen.
A water damage caused by a collapsed wall was also seen.
According a local news report, the water damage was caused by an earthquake.
No damage was reported to any buildings in the area, the report said.
A second local news source reported that the house is not the only house that has been discovered to be flooded by the pond, as a third house had also been discovered.
The house was also found to contain other houses with a different design, which may be connected to the other houses that were also found submerged.
The area was reportedly inhabited by some local people.
In an article about the house, the local news website Xinhua reported that a group of local residents had found the pond.
It said that some of them had gone to the area to investigate the house’s condition, but they did not find anything of significance, and did not report the matter to the authorities.