The Clarence Frauenthal House is a historic house at 210 North Broadway in Heber Springs, Arkansas. It is a single-story wood frame structure, with a gabled roof, redwood siding, and a sandstone foundation. The main roof has its gable to the front, with a number of side gables, one of which extends to a flat-roofed porte-cochere on the right, another, extends one roof face forward over the front entry porch, and a third covers a projecting side ell. The front porch is supported by square posts, and shows exposted rafters. The house was built in 1914, and is Heber Springs' best example of Craftsman architecture. It is now home to the Cleburne County Historical Society.