North Carolina ‘mystery house’ contains valuable secret

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RALEIGH, N.C. (WITI) — A building located on Wade Avenue in Raleigh, North Carolina, takes on the appearance of an average home — but what’s inside may surprise you.

The home, which is located about 15 minutes from downtown Raleigh, has no driveway, no mailbox and the front doors won’t open.

What’s inside? Watch the video above for the answer.

10 comments

    • dee

      Its not just this one they made pretty.. As it said in the video, this is 1 of 20 just in that area. Water utility companies have/need several pumping facilities working together for us to have clean water!. I think most pumping stations are diguised like this, thankfully, for neighbors of such facilities..its great! They are like this is my and many other communities I have seen. I’m greatful they(goverment) does this so it doesnt stick out, bothersome in residential areas. But, what I wonder is.. Since when does the goverment care about bothering citizens and what they put in their residential areas, any area really?? That they put such effort to conceal what is really there? Especially a water plant that is to be beneficial to us? HMMM…IDK.. Something just doesnt sound quite right when thought about.

  • Chuck

    This is nothing new. We have the similar building here in Caledonia on Hwy K that was just built. You would simply think it’s a house. Except this house houses mechanicals required to handle the flow of wastewater.

  • Samuel Goulding

    When I worked for the Census I heard stories about these types of buildings. Unfortunately, we would often send people out to these homes as much as a half dozen times trying to locate the home owners before we discovered their real purpose.

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