Eligibility question of business on private, single-home residential property.
I am looking for clarification on wayspot eligibility for an odd combination of factors. Currently there exists two wayspots at a "meditation retreat center". One is a sign for the center itself and the other is a walking trail with a hand-made sign. While I could see the retreat center and trail in it of themselves being eligible at face value, one as a gathering spot and the other as a common trail, there is an oddity. The "center" and it's wayspots exist on private single-home residential property (as demonstrated on public property records), as the operators of the "center" live on site.
The closest thing I have seen to this is when a church is run out of someone's house and it has been considered invalid, however I am not sure this is 100% the same. At the end of the day, to me it seems that a business run out of someone's house should still be invalid if its a private single-home residence according to the criteria. However, I want to ask the community their thoughts.