The house at 115 Clinton Avenue is the 2nd house from the end of a dead end street. It sits on a large, double lot and is partially fenced in. The home has a small front yard with a 4’x8′ planter in the yard and small planter boxes across the front of the home. There is off-street parking in the driveway with enough room for 2 cars.
The backyard is very large and is fenced in on 2 sides. There is a picnic table in the backyard as well as a large, 20′ x 6′ vegetable garden. The vegetable garden offers a great space to grow your own vegetables or flowers and is “stocked” with excellent, fertilized soil. There is also a separate, stone surrounded flower bed that has heriloom flowers and trees that have been growing for generations. This flower bed offers wonderful displays of color in the spring and summer seasons.
With some seeds, some starter plants and a little TLC, you can grow vegetables and eat from the garden from spring through fall.
The backyard also houses a rustic storage shed. This shed, with a newer roof offers some protection for things like outdoor tools, lawn furniture, bicycles and more.