There’s one house in Port Coquitlam that draws cars to its driveway every night in December – the “Miracle on Rae Street.”
This house has had its windows, rooftops, lawns, driveway, and gigantic evergreen tree completely decked out to help onlookers get into the spirit of Christmas.
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At the front door, a TV screen has been installed that plays Christmas movies, along with a second TV pushed against an upstairs window doing the same.
The tree in the front yard features human-sized ornaments, turning it into one of the largest Christmas trees you’ll ever see.
The house accepts money and food donations to the local food bank, and occasionally offers free hot chocolate to anyone who comes by to take a look.
It’s not the biggest front yard, but there is still a pathway that people can walk through to get up close to the hundreds of decorations.
The house is located on Rae Street in Port Coquitlam, just off Prairie Avenue.
If you aren’t fortunate enough to make it over there before Christmas comes around, we’ve thrown together a few photos of the spectacle that is “The Miracle on Rae Street.”