If you can swerve the discontinuity, I'd say that opening a door and entering a property ...
I agree. I often find details like that as engrossing as descriptions of the production of manure. :-)
I think some here tend to misinterpret the intended scope of comments by others about looking for things like that to cut out of stories. Those comments are not inconsistent with using a descriptive style of prose and providing many unessential details in a story.
A new author, IliaVolyova, is currently posting his first lengthy story, The Boy Downunder. It's a fabulous read and he has a rare natural talent: he had not even attempted to write his first words of fiction until this year.
His writing style is bordering on florid and he provides many details that aren't essential to the story, but I see them them as adding to the experience of reading his story. However, I can detect evidence he is avoiding including details that don't add to readers' experiences, but instead merely explicitly state intermediate steps in processes readers can to safely assumed to be capable of inferring by themselves.