400 W 18th
Little Rock, AR 72206
More about the Rogers House and its architect
The historic F. O. Rogers house is a 1914 Colonial Revival design by architect Charles L. Thompson. The Rogers House was listed in National Register of Historic Places on December 22, 1982.
Charles L. Thompson was born in November 1868, the third of James C. and Henrietta Lightner Thompson's seven children. Charles became a draftsman at an Indiana mill, but, dissatisfied, he decided to seek employment elsewhere.
Welcome to the Rogers House
This exceptional home is a true example of Charles Thompson’s combining of several architectural styles to create one exceptional home. American Foursquare, Craftsman and Colonial Revival features blend effortlessly.
With its beautiful swimming pool, and fountain and spacious grounds, The Rogers House offers the amenities to make all your dreams come true.
The Rogers House offers a variety of options to make your day perfect and our staff is experienced and committed to making your event the best it can be. We can customize your event to your individual needs, tastes and budget.
|:: What is The Quapaw Quarter?||:: Beautiful surroundings||:: Close to the River Market District|
|All of Little Rock's history - from frontier days to the early years of the 20th century - is encompassed by the Quapaw Quarter, a nine-square mile area which includes Little Rock's central business district and adjacent residential neighborhoods. "Quapaw Quarter" is a special name that since 1961 has been used to identify this oldest and most historic portion of Little Rock.||
Relaxing atmosphere, beautiful furnishings and delightful hosts will make your event a memory of a lifetime. Plan early for the holidays!
|Located in the heart of downtown Little Rock, the River Market District is a collection of owner-operated shops, stalls and day tables that aspire to meet the Little Rock community's everyday shopping needs. The Rogers House is less than 2 miles from The River Market District.|