Frog Level is a historic house in rural Columbia County, Arkansas.


Frog Level is a historic house in rural Columbia County, Arkansas. Built in 1852-54 by William Frazier, an Irish immigrant, this two-story wood frame house is one of a handful of surviving antebellum plantation houses in southwestern Arkansas. It is located on the north side of County Road 148, a short way west of County Road 27S, west of Magnolia. The house has two rooms on each floor, and a two-story temple portico extending across its front. This portico is supported by two sets of four columns, one set for each level of the porch. The house was given its name not long after its construction, due to the large number of frogs in the area.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

(Please remember these homes & buildings are often privately owned. Do not the enter the property without obtaining the owners permission.)


National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form, United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service

Historical Driving Tour of Columbia County, Compiled by Molly Burns and Jeanie Bismark.