The exterior of the ranch-style home needed repairs and a
facelift to achieve its full potential.
The brick received a fresh coat of white paint and about
half of the windows were replaced. Shrubberies line the gravel
driveway, and the rest of the grounds were tastefully landscaped
to accent the exterior.
“My husband jokes that I am in charge of the inside of the
house and he’s in charge of the outside of the house,” laughs
Originally, a parallel lot stretched from the Carrolls’ yard
to their neighbor’s yard. Shortly after they bought their house,
an opportunity arose to jointly purchase the lot.
“Both of our yards now open up all the way to the golf
course and it keeps both homes from having a house built
in our backyards,” Liz says. “It’s a beautiful view for both
Robby and Liz put in a trampoline, a slackline, a tree
swing, and other fun activities for their children and their
friends to enjoy. Views are enjoyed through large floor-to-ceiling
windows, and French doors open onto an updated
deck where the Carrolls can watch their children play in the
This golf course getaway with a big yard for the kids
doubles as a serene, relaxing environment. The interior is a
place for Robby and Liz to unwind and recharge at the end
of a long day.