Elfreth's Alley: Examples of Row House Architecture

Elfreth's Alley: Examples of Row House Architecture

One of the most famous examples of row house architecture is Elfreth's Alley in Philadelphia. Now a National Historic Landmark, the alley dates back to the 1700s and is touted as one of the oldest continuously inhabited residential streets. Row houses, in general, tend to be very narrow two-story houses with traditional layouts. One unique aspect of the houses on Elfreth's Alley is that while they are attached, they do not all look the same.

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