Built in the 19th-century, this roomy double on Henry Clay Avenue just hit the market for $945,000. It sits less than a block from Magazine Street and less than three blocks from Audubon Park.
Siting along a row of double-gallery homes, 721 and 723 Henry Clay Avenue sit on a large lot. We’re in love with its tall windows, lovely columns, and covered sitting porch.
This home has two units with nearly identical floorplans. Both homes open to a deep and spacious living room. In 721 Henry Clay Avenue, its living room has tall ceilings (up to 12 feet on the first floor), built-in bookshelves, and a mantel. In the second unit, you’ll find a mantle, soaring ceilings, and original hardwood floors. Both units have a formal dining room with mantels.
Measuring at 3,366 square feet, this double has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Each unit has two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, and 1,683 square feet.
A shared patio, covered outdoor kitchen, and detached storage sit at the rear of this towering double.
- 721-723 Henry Clay Avenue [Latter & Blum]