Powel House

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The historic and grand brick mansion built in 1756, now a house museum, is reportedly haunted by several Continental soldiers as well as the Marquis de La Fayette and Benedict Arnold and his wife, Peggy.

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    Geographic Information

    244 S. Third St.
    Philadelphia PA
    United States

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    39.9457773, -75.14666979999998
    Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
    Nearest Towns:
    Philadelphia, PA (1.0 mi.)
    Camden, NJ (2.0 mi.)
    Wood-Lynne, NJ (3.3 mi.)
    Gloucester City, NJ (4.1 mi.)
    Merchantville, NJ (4.2 mi.)
    Collingswood, NJ (4.4 mi.)
    Tioga, PA (4.5 mi.)
    Oaklyn, NJ (4.5 mi.)
    Audubon Park, NJ (4.6 mi.)
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