What is it about the house, the grounds, and her room that upsets the narrator?

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The house upsets the narrator because it is someone else's ancestral hall, and she believes it to be "a haunted house." She thinks there is "something queer" about the house, though she cannot quite put her finger on what, especially because the rent on it is so cheap and because it has stood without tenants for so long. The narrator dislikes her bedroom...

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