It's the top. Hillcrest and the Heights were once the same township — Pulaski Heights — so you might think there would be little difference between them besides elevation. But that elevation manifests itself in more ways than height, which is what you might expect from a neighborhood that was built around the Country Club of Little Rock, whose founders were finally able to get to the distant wooded promontory when Prospect Avenue (Kavanaugh) reached the area in 1903. The oldest homes have that sweet smell of moss on damp brick pathways and old money; the new ones are astonishing in their breadth (though they don't have the space to compete with the sprawling mansions out west). The housing radiating forth from the club moves...
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Natives Guide: The Heights