I think you've done a great job with description! The only real problems I see are with grammar and punctuation. Here are the sentences in which I made corrections:
As I stood, gazing at the dilapidated house, I shivered, as though ice had replaced my spine. The cold air enveloped my entire body. The multiple layers of clothing I wore could not protect against the deathly cold. The walkways leading up to the house were cracked.
Red roses grew wildly in thick batches by the gate.
The house's walls showed black decay, caused by neglect. Splotches of original paint hinted at the house's former prosperity.
The house was fit for the kings and queens of the supernatural.
A musty, dank odor crept into my nose. The house was dead silent except for the intermittent creaks and moans. Black and brown mold dotted the ceiling in clusters, evidence of rain seeping through the roof.
The sofa and chairs were overturned, revealing deep grooves on the ground where they used to sit.
A large jagged hole dug through the wall stood as though daring any to enter. - I'm not sure holes really stand; better might be "beckoned as though daring any to enter."
Picture frames hung off-center.
I made my way back into the hallway; a glimmer [or sliver] of light came from behind a door.
Empty medicine bottle lay in the porcelain sink. - Either say "An empty medicine bottle" or "Empty medicine bottles"
The only sound to be heard was the drip, drip of the faucet.
Not having had a visitor in a while, it curiously eyed me before scuttling away. As I approached the bathtub, a violent odor made its way to my nose.
It would be unadvisable to see what was under the rags.
I stood and peered at the top, wondering when a twisted head person would crawl down and have me for dinner. [a "twisted head person"?]
The door did not give way easily; a forceful push was needed. Stepping inside, I saw that a dresser seemed to have been pushed against the door, attempting to deny anyone entry. - I know you're trying to avoid using "I" too much, but if you say "Stepping inside, a dresser seemed to have been pushed against the door," you are saying that the dresser stepped inside. :-)
Edging in closer for a better look, I could make out the silhouette of a bed
A toy dinosaur lay on the bed, its head missing.
You've really described the creepiness well! I especially like the ending!