Greenery Makes Tiny Wisconsin House Seem Larger

“…Jill decided to check out a little two-bedroom 1950s home in West Allis that she’d heard about from their real estate agent. She went online and found a street view of the home.

   What she saw intrigued her.

   ‘You couldn’t see the house,’ she said. ‘I looked at the whole street, and nothing else looked like that. And I thought, now I have to see the house. ‘”

   What they saw when they visited was a lush garden anchored by a serviceberry and crabapple trees in the front yard. Native plants included towering cup plant, black-eyed Susan and New England asters.

   ‘It was just like heaven for me,’ said Jill.…”

Photo by Angela Peterson

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