Designed by Little Rock architect Noland Blass in 1952, the Richard and Elsie Pierce House at 29 Longmeadow featured banks of awning windows, decorative brickwork on the façade, and a rear patio with built-in barbeque grill.
Whereas the Pierce and Smart houses shared some common design elements, the Smart House, designed in 1964 by Erhart, Eichenbaum, Rauch & Blass, was much larger.
Located on a wooded lot near the Pine Bluff Country Club, the Richard and Lynne Smart House at 710 W. 46th Avenue was a 4,700 square foot home with decorative skylights, expansive living areas, and an abundance of over-sized sliding glass doors.
The Gerald and Marjorie Tweedy House
1411 W. Emma Avenue, Springdale