by Jazmine Donaldson
It’s time once again for Curbed Comparisons, where we break down what you can get at the same price point, style or size in five different Cape and Islands neighborhoods. This week, listings for $589,000.
[359 Commercial Street, Unit C, Provincetown via Zillow]
Here now, eight Cape Cod properties asking $589,000 – year-round, condos, Capes, close to the beach, in need of TLC, in the village, Circa 1775, overlooking Provincetown Harbor, with fireplaces galore, recently PriceChopped, move-in ready, and ready to rent – with a little something for everyone.
Kicking off in Cataumet with a classic suburban listing for a 1992 Colonial with 3BR, 2BA on a cul-de-sac. The .97 acre property is asking $589,900.
This geographically inclined listing for a “remodeled California ranch” with “a new European style kitchen” and a family room featuring “a Tennessee marble floor” is yours for $589,900.
Here’s a 2,357sf fixer upper on .25 acres in New Seabury for $589,000. The 3BD comes with a sauna, three-season porch and is a “short walk to a fresh water beach.”
Located on the spicy Nutmeg Lane is this 3BD, 2BA ranch. The Oyster Hills listing hit the market in June 2014 for $634,500 and is now hoping for $589,000.
The original Nathaniel Snow House dates to 1775 and is named after the second owner, Winslow Gray. Asking price for the 7BR compound is $589,000.
First listed in September 2014 for $675,000, this 3BR Cape on 2.09 acres is now looking for $589,000.
South of Route 28 is this 3BR, 2BA ranch “in move-in condition.” The 1,484 sf home is asking $589,000.
On the market for the first time in almost 20 years is this 1BR, 1BA with an exclusive use deck. “This downtown penthouse water view condo is quintessential Provincetown!” Asking price is $589,000.