Two Fayetteville properties moving up ladder of historical recognition

Posted: February 26, 2018 at 1 a.m.

Courtesy Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Deepwood House at 4697 W. Finger Road in Fayetteville is seen nestling in the woods of Kessler Mountain. Late architect Herb Fowler and his family lived in the home, which could be considered for the National Register of Historic Places.

FAYETTEVILLE -- Two more properties could join the list of historically significant sites in the city.

The Ellis building at 208 N. Block Ave. in Fayetteville is seen Thursday. Built in 1923, the structure is up for consideration on the state Register o...

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program

Quarterly meeting

When: 9 a.m. April 4

Where: Department of Arkansas Heritage Headquarters, 1100 North St., Little Rock

Web watch

For more information on the state’s historical properties, go to:

arkansaspreservation.org

This story is only available from our archives.