$600,000 | Built 1703 | 912 Sq. Ft. | 2 Beds | 1 Bath
139 Elfreths Aly, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 19106
A historic landmark home set on America’s oldest occupied residential street, Elfreth’s Alley, will be heading to auction with a minimum bid of $600,000. Details are scarce, however, the listing did reveal that an online auction date would be announced and that offers will be considered in the meantime. The historic home was on the market in July 2019 for $2.8 million before dropping to $1.95 million earlier this year. At just 912 square feet, the brick residence maintains a charming presence on Elfreth’s Alley with 5 windows with striking red shutters, a red front door and cellar access. According to the listing, the residence is being sold furnished with historic artifacts. Features include cobblestone streets, expanded trinity spiral stairs, rare mouldings, Mortise & Tenon construction, original fireplaces, cedar shingles, exposed brick walls and an antique outhouse. The home maintains its pre-revolutionary war charm while still providing the modern comforts of an updated bath/kitchen and central air. It’s on the market for $600,000 with Robert Dann of Max Spann Real Estate And Auction Co.
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