Delhi's "house of horrors", as the Indian media call it, is now hidden behind an overgrown bougainvillea covered in pretty flowers.
But house D5 will forever be remembered as the place where at least 19 young women and children were raped, killed and dismembered.
The two men living there were accused of the dreadful crimes; one of them, Surinder Koli, has since been sentenced to death. He was due to be executed this week, but the date has been put off while India's president considers a mercy plea.
Its gate is blocked by police barriers, and life in the street outside carries on as normal. More...