Grace Kelly's home is on Henry Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The three-story Georgian Colonial mansion was built by John Kelly Sr. in 1929. Kelly was a multimillionaire businessman, who was also an accomplished rower, having won three gold medals at the Olympic games in 1920 and1924. John, along with his wife, Margaret Katherine Majer, would go on to raise their four children in this East Falls home. Their daughter, Grace Kelly, was born in 1929 and spent the first twenty years of her life here. She attended Ravenhill Academy and the Stevens School before graduating in 1947. She soon moved to New York to pursue an acting career, which would eventually lead her to Hollywood and an Oscar for The Country Girl (1954). Her film career include High Noon (1952), Mogambo (1953), Dial M For Murder (1954), Rear Window (1954), To Catch A Thief (1955), The Swan (1956) and High Society (1956). In 1956 she retired from filmmaking and married Prince Ranier of Monaco. It was in this house that Ranier proposed to her in 1955. Her brother John Kelly Jr. was also an accomplished rower and would go on to win a bronze medal at the 1956 Olympics. The family owned the home until 1974. In recent years the home was purchased by Prince Albert of Monaco. There is a historic marker in front of the house.