Tucked in one corner of the back yard is a garden retreat with hardwood floors, Andersen windows, heat and air Ñ and a cozy corner for reading or enjoying the view.
The two-story home was built in 1930 and is part of the historic Ashland Park district.
Carolyn and Frank Williams with Noel, a yellow Labrador mix rescue
A large brick patio with dining and sitting areas provides the perfect view of the gardens.
The back yard features a variety of flowers, lush greenery Ñ and a 2010 Horse Mania entry renamed Ridgeway.
The formal living room features refinished hardwood floors and a fireplace.
The round table and circular area rug make the formal dining room more spacious.
The bright and airy kitchen was retained for its slightly retro look.
A new sunroom on the back of the home replaced a small screened-in porch.
The ownersÕ suite, which has original hardwood flooring, is one of three upstairs bedrooms.
The attic has been transformed into a comfortable sitting/reading space.
One side of the attic features a wall of closets with mirrored doors.
A plaque displayed near the front door of the Ashland Park home states that it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.