If you feel comfortable doing so, could you take and post a picture of the cool/weird windowless building? It sounds spooky and I want to see it. (I understand why you might not want to do so, since it's close to your home though, so no worries, I'm just weirdly into strange buildings.)
Alright, so, upon closer examination it’s both clearer and far, far more confusing. I’m fairly certain it’s a residence, possibly one of those, like… split units where there’s two half-houses, one family living in each. It’s definitely not finished (maybe construction halted for the winter?), which still leaves the question of why domestic vehicles are parked there. Took pics from several angles to give y’all a better feel for it.
Shots of the driveway, for starters. Turns out that not only is there a mix of heavy-duty and domestic vehicles, there’s a second trailer way in the back, not hitched to anything.
I didn’t really bother getting a close shot of the front of building. Would’ve been hard to frame it with that backhoe in the way. Long story short, the only things of note are the door, an air conditioner, and a window that’s boarded up or something. I didn’t notice because the boards were painted gray. I have no idea why they would paint the boards gray.
Also, what the fuck, I’m just now noticing that I’m pretty sure the lawn is freshly mowed? (Or, you know. WAS mowed shortly before the first frost, at least.) Who’s mowing the lawn of a place where nobody lives yet??? Someone can’t seriously be living there, can they?
Side of the building. Note, again, what’s either gray wooden boards or weird indentations in the concrete where windows should be. For some reason, the second floor has siding and a proper window.
Side note: There is literally nothing to see out of that window but a telephone pole and, about five feet away, incredibly thick foliage. Why the fuck would they put a window there, of all places?
Garage which is inexplicably split into two garages, as well as the loneliest goddamn potted plant in the world. A door directly above that, which I’m assuming will eventually lead to a balcony, because, like… otherwise the stairs would block the driveway.
Back of the house(?). More construction equipment, what’s either a tent or a shed with a tarp over it, and for some goddamn reason a picnic table.
There’s no backyard. It’s all just gravel. Why is it all just gravel