If you live or work in Raleigh, there’s a reasonable chance you’ve driven by it. Maybe hundreds, or even thousands of times. And, chances are, you’ve never noticed anything out of the ordinary. In most ways, it’s wholly unremarkable.
The house at 3215 Wade Avenue, about 15 minutes from downtown Raleigh, looks just like the rest of the houses in that neighborhood. A nice metal roof. Forest green window shutters. Doric columns line the front porch.
But there’s no driveway out front. And the lights are never on. And there’s no walkway to the front door.
Of course, none of those amenities are necessary, because this house is not a house at all: