One of the first things you notice when you enter the Myers Park home where Dick and Sallie Klingman live is the beautiful Tuscan-styled garden that lies just beyond the French doors in the solarium. Immediately in the foreground of the sun-baked patio, is a wall of Tea Olive trees that beautifully frame the view of a lawn sculpture and a sitting area that is off in the distance. There is a formality to the design of the patio that lies right outside the doors, yet on further inspection, when you look beyond the first outside room, you notice the informality of the sculpture that lies deeper in the yard. 
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