Henry B. Clarke House

Interesting
Built in 1836 for New York merchant Henry Clarke in the Greek Revival style (notice the heavy columns on the front porch), this white clapboard home is considered Chicago's oldest structure. It was moved here in 1977 from South Wabash Avenue.

Useful information

Address : 

1827 S. Indiana Ave, 60616 Chicago

Opening hours

tours Wed‑Sun noon and 2pm

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