Ever wonder what it would be like to live in Philadelphia before America was even a country? A home on Elfreth’s Alley, “the nation’s oldest continuously inhabited residential street,” according to Visit Philadelphia, just hit the market
139 Elfreth's Alley is a 3.5-story home with a full basement and even a small yard.
Owner Alfred Krawitz is doing a for sale by owner. The asking price starts at $925,000.
Elfreth's Alley is a National Historic Landmark nestled among modern and old architecture of Old City Philadelphia.
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These plaques note the history.
Let's look inside.
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Knock that dirt off your boots first.
You can't help feeling patriotic inside the home.
The stairs take you back to another time.
What pictures would you hang on the wall?
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No need to go to the outhouse in this home as it has a modern bathroom.
Soak in the history in the comfort of a modern bath.
The outside deck has some obvious modern touches like the air conditioning unit and grill.
If you live on the street expect plenty of tourists as they flock to the tiny street.
Colonial garb not required.