I can remember back when I was a teenager waiting for the latest Pink Floyd album to come out, The Wall. What me and the rest of the crowd found excellent was this Floyd album was a double. Twice as much music to enjoy. You can never have too much Floyd.
The other morning while wending my way through a large, maze like finished basement, looking for things interesting primarily only to me, I opened a door and found a wall. It was not The Wall, but a brick wall. It did immediately strike me that this was an odd place to find a brick wall.
My eyes roamed over the walls in this small room and realized it was meant to be a wine cellar or more like a wine storage room. The brick walls, there were two, were apparently to add ambiance.
I then noticed a breach in the wall against the foundation. Holes are not usually a welcome sight in a wall, but this one had been done purposefully. The small aperture was to allow for access to the houses main drain cleanout. Access in this instance was quite limited by this barrier. A little too limited in my opinion. While the cap is certainly visible and can be touched, getting a wrench or pliers on the end to unscrew the cover will be quite a challenge. There are too many bricks in this wall.
Time to tear down the wall.