She said she has plans to fix it up, at her age she's living only on social security and disability checks, so it's been a slow process.
She said she keeps it clean and doesn't think it makes the neighborhood look bad.
When she left to take care of her daughter for about nine months in South Texas last year, Gutierrez said she shut her utilities off in order to save money.
She said she kept up with her property taxes and all other bills, knowing she would be back home at some point.
While she was gone, she said the City of Wolfforth deemed her home abandoned, shut it down and put it on a list to be demolished.
If that happens, Gutierrez and her family told KLBK News, not only will she be homeless, but she will face a $4,000 to $5,000 bill from the city.
"I'm upset. It's my home, they're going to tear it down. I know it needs fixing but I don't think its worse where they say it can't be fixed," Gutierrez said.
She had a hard time paying for this house and it's hard for us to pay for a home and then be thrown out of your house. Have some compassion," Gutierrez's Sister-In-Law Loraine Santos said.
We contacted the City of Wolfforth about this issue.
The officer's handling this situation were both out of the office and not available.
Check back with KLBK, we'll continue to follow this and let you know the city's side of this story.