I found this newspaper article that explains some of the new garden they are building.
The Olders purchased the 1862 Victorian house twenty years ago. The house was once the residence of department store owner Herman Freedlander, The couple used a pink and white color scheme that rendered it one of the city's most architecturally distinctive structures.
On the left of this house is where the garden is being built.Since then the couple has named the house "Victoriana," and built a series of gardens with fountains and an architecturally compatible gazebo behind it.
Last year the Olders acquired a dilapidated property just to the south of their house and razed the residence, which had been converted into four apartments and become something of a neighborhood eyesore. They began construction on a private park they say they had been planning for several years.
The park, which will be largely screened from public view along Bever Street by a series of tiered plantings and surrounded by a wrought-iron fence that will be another year in the crafting, will feature three fountains, connected by a series of walks and surrounded by gardens.
Bill Older said two of the fountains will be smaller and have marble statues of cherubs in the center, while one fountain will be large with a bronze sculpture in the center
I am so glad that it had not been fenced in yet and I could enjoy the beauty of it. So many beautiful fountains and statues. I have only showed you a few of them. I hope the public has a chance to see some of the skilled workman ship and that went into this garden
Hope you have enjoyed this small peek of a very lavish garden...quite unusual for it's location