It's no small feat to live your entire life in one house, especially when you've raised a family of your own in that house, But that's what Joe Clayton did. He lived in the same house in Egg Harbor City since he was born in 1954. For the past 19 years it was also home to Joe's wife, Karen, and their two children. The four-square style house occupies an oversized lot on a quiet tree-lined street of older single family homes, many dating to the early 1900s. Built in 1919 by Joe's grandparents, Loreto and Potenza Sciore, it stands at the corner of St. Louis Avenue and Arago Street.
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