Benjamin Franklin's family home is at the intersection of Paul Revere Mall and Unity Street in Boston Massachusetts. Although Franklin didn't live in the home his two sisters did. The master mason Ebenezer Clough, who constructed the Old North Church built the home and it's neighbor, the Clough House around 1716. Elizabeth Franklin, his oldest sister, lived there first, some time before the American Revolution, then his youngest sister, Jane, moved in later, after the war. The Clough House still stands at 21 Unity Street, but Franklin's house, the only one he ever owned in Boston, was torn down in 1939. Along Paul Revere Mall there is a plaque acknowledging Franklin and the former home.