|Area less than one acre|
|Built 1839 (1839)|
NRHP Reference # 73000387
Added to NRHP 4 June 1973
|Location 502 E. 7th St., Little Rock, Arkansas|
Part of MacArthur Park Historic District (#77000269)
Similar Big Dam Bridge, Broadway Bridge, Little Rock Zoo, Funland Amusement Park, Pinnacle Mountain State Park
The Absalom Fowler House is a historic house at 502 East 7th Street in Little Rock, Arkansas. It is a two story brick building, with a hip roof and a front portico supported by fluted Ionic columns and topped by a balustrade. The building is encircled by an entablature with modillion blocks and an unusual double row of dentil moulding giving a checkerboard effect. The house, built about 1840 by Absalom Fowler, a lawyer prominent in the state's early history. The house is now surrounded by a multi-building apartment complex.
The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.