The John Coltrane House is a historic house at 1511 33rd Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. A National Historic Landmark, it was the home of American saxophonist and jazz pioneer John Coltrane from 1952 until 1958. On his death in 1967 the house passed to his cousin, who sold it in 2004. Efforts for restoration and reuse as a jazz venue are ongoing as of 2013.John Coltrane purchased the house for his family after leaving the U.S.Navy and lived there until he relocated to New York City in 1958.He continued to use the house as an alternate residence to his New York home until the end of his life. Upon his death the house passed to Coltrane’s cousin, Mary Alexander.
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