Season 26, Episode 7

Juniper Juggernaut to Jewel of the Block

Amy and Ken Miles live with their two young daughters in a tucked away Bay Area neighborhood called the Richmond Annex, a neighborhood that they describe as a hidden and underrated gem. There exists is a true sense of community circa 1950's...which was around the time when their house was built, and it shows. The facade is two toned, though not on purpose, the last owner just didn't properly match the paint color on the bottom portion of the siding. The porch is dated and dangerous, and the yard has been taken over by juniper. The far-reaching juniper is the first (and maybe the only) thing anyone sees when approaching the busy corner. Their house is the entrance to their street at a four-way stop and they would like to represent their block better than they do now. They would love for visitors and neighbors to see the actual house, for one, and some garden interest--something that captures their love for the neighborhood.
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