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A classic sedan has only inches to spare as the driver navigates Elfreth’s Alley, the nation’s oldest residential street. More than three hundred years ago, this street was home to hardworking residents: craftsmen, carpenters, and the silversmith, Jeremiah Elfreth, for whom the street was named. The street, and the beautiful Georgian townhomes along this narrow lane, went virtually unnoticed until the 1930s, when Philadelphia began extensive restoration efforts.
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