Molly and Ryne Moody share a 790-square-foot midtown Kansas City studio with their border collie/lab mix, Malakai. The couple also have a cat named Wilma. They moved to a spot in the lush depths of Kansas City’s Roanoke Park. “What we liked most about this place was that it feels serene and secluded,” Molly says. “Not too many people know about it.”
Molly and Ryne Moody share a 790-square-foot midtown Kansas City studio with their border collie/lab mix, Malakai. The couple also have a cat named Wilma. They moved to a spot in the lush depths of Kansas City’s Roanoke Park. “What we liked most about this place was that it feels serene and secluded,” Molly says. “Not too many people know about it.”
Molly and Ryne Moody share a 790-square-foot midtown Kansas City studio with their border collie/lab mix, Malakai. The couple also have a cat named Wilma. They moved to a spot in the lush depths of Kansas City’s Roanoke Park. “What we liked most about this place was that it feels serene and secluded,” Molly says. “Not too many people know about it.”

Outdoorsy couple discover urban oasis in midtown Kansas City

October 16, 2016 08:00 AM

UPDATED October 15, 2016 07:51 PM

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