East Oak Lane is currently defined by the borders of Cheltenham Avenue at the north (the border between Philadelphia and Cheltenham Township), Broad Street on the west, Godfrey Avenue at the south, and the Tacony Creek to the east.
Many of the houses in the neighborhood are large single homes or twins built at a later period than much of central North Philadelphia. There is also a significant number of typical Philadelphia rowhouses. In addition to its architectural diversity, East Oak Lane has long been known for being racially and ethnically diverse.
Read what some current residents have to say about the area here: https://www.niche.com/places-to-live/n/east-oak-lane-philadelphia-pa/#reviews
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