"Pricey Peace, Harmony & Convenience"
Richland Avenue, similar to it's neighbor - Whitland Avenue just across West End - is an historic neighborhood of homes built mostly in the 1920s and 1930s, but largely all restored to state of the art comfort. Richland also enjoys the feel of a peaceful small town neighborhood, but right in the heart of West End. Unlike Whitland which winds in a parallel fashion to West End, Richland is a straight, double-sided street, split by a grassy, side-walked median and all covered with hundred year old trees. However, as it backs up to the more up and coming streets of Central and Princeton, Richland tends to a attract a younger affluent crowd who, perhaps having grown out of their bohemian tastes, still prefers to be nearer a reminder of from whence they have come. Also a neighbor of Temple Sherith Israel, Richland is convenient for walking to Temple. A shorter and more contained street, Richland enjoys a rich and deep sense of community to go along with its similar sense of history. Also nearby is a public elementary school, with the public middle school being right across the street, as is a children's center and Presbyterian church. And all of this again with direct, nearby access to the restaurants and medical centers of West End.