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Most of the homes on Elfreth’s Alley, the oldest occupied residential street in the nation, remain private residences. This means the hordes of tourists who […]
A trinity house in Elfreth’s Alley? It doesn’t get much more Philadelphian than that. This expanded trinity maintains plenty of its traditional elements, most notably […]
It’s been sometime since we’ve seen one of these puppies jump on the market, so you can understand our excitement: the residence at 109 Elfreth’s […]
Well, where have we been? According to its Property History record on Redfin, the historic home at 112 Elfreth’s Alley was pending sale back in […]
They don’t call it Old City for nothing, but in spite of this surviving slice of Colonial Philadelphia continuing to wow us with its 1741 birth year […]
Sure, you’ve seen our galleries of Elfreth’s Alley homes that are on the market. This Saturday, though, you can get an up close and personal […]
Exposed brick, beams and stone can be spotted throughout this three-bedroom on historic Elfreth’s Alley, but the dining room in particular got a good chunk […]
Every now and again a home on Elfreth’s Alley–the country’s oldest continually inhabited street– becomes available. Without looking too far, a record number of three […]
Last week’s real estate blue moon is turning out to have quite the pull! Two Elfreth’s Alley homes were serendipitously put on the market just in […]
Property is available relatively rarely on America’s oldest continually inhabited residential street. Elfreth’s Alley hosts only 32 homes, and two of them being on the […]
Good for you, Molly Phipps, of North Carolina’s Shelby Star. You may have chosen some of the expected — the Liberty Bell, Elfreth’s Alley, Ben […]
It’s not too often that houses come up for sale or rent on Elfreth’s Alley, the oldest continuously occupied residential street in the the nation. […]
Elfreth’s Alley doesn’t only have tiny home for once-tiny people. This home for half a million proves the point.