Richland Central lies between Murphy Road, I-440 and West End. Lined with grassy street medians and artfully landscaped yards, this early 20th century neighborhood is dominated by Bungalows and Foursquare homes. Federal, Cottage, Georgian and Tudor Revival houses also make cameo appearances. This family-friendly haven becomes an unofficial Halloween central each October. A dedicated Neighborhood Association monitors the residential quality and sponsors an annual tour of homes. On warm weekends, West End girls and boys congregate at Elmington Park. Richland-West End borders Whitland Avenue and its environs. Here and there historic markers dot forgotten Italianate manors. Though this well-manicured lane hosts a block party every Fourth of July, it’s a haven the rest of the year for pedestrians who want to be alone.