823 Henry Clay Shelbyville, Kentucky USA

823 Henry Clay

Construction date: ca. 1920-1929


Dutch colonial revival


Status of Historic Designation:

Designated at National level : 1985 West Shelbyville Historic District
Designated at Local level : Shelbyville Historic District



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Evaluation of Potential Eligibility:

Not eligible / non-contributing

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Architectural Description:

This is a non-contributing vacant lot. All of the windows are boarded over and their original materials and design could not be determined at this time. The building is irregular in plan. The structural system is frame. The foundation is dry-laid stone. Exterior walls are replacement vinyl siding. The building has a gambrel roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles with box cornice. There are two center, straddle ridge, brick chimneys. There is a single-story, recessed corner open porch characterized by an integrated (under the main) roof clad in asphalt shingles with modern metal posts.

Description generated by RuskinARC.

Setting/Landscape/Site Features:

Urban Residential