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This Victorian double near Audubon Park wants $945K

It has an outdoor kitchen

721-23 Henry Clay Avenue.
All photos courtesy of Liz Ackal/Latter & Blum

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.

721 (left) and 723 (right) Henry Clay Avenue

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.