Since 1994, the house has been meticulously maintained to preserve its post-World War II glory by its current owner, graphic designer Carlos Cardoza. According to blogger Lidija Grozdanic of inhabitat.com, Cardoza "embraced bubblegum colors, sci-fi shapes and technicolor textiles as some of the trademarks of the era. Thanks to his efforts, the house looks as if it hasn’t aged a day."
The Smith House is being billed by Dallas realtors as a shining example of mid-century design which is based on creating a seamless connection from the interior of the house to the outside through the use of open floor plans and lots of glass and natural light. This rambler style 50's time capsule boasts 2240 square feet, four bedrooms, three and a half baths and a retro pool area, perfect for a round of martinis with friends!