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The New 26 Alden Street Condominiums – No. 9 – Provincetown

The new condominiums at 26 Alden Street are the most exciting new development in Provincetown.   Nearing completion and ready for occupancy by the New Year, there are three incredible condos remaining.   #9 is an  end unit townhouse with a perfect floor plan. It has two bedrooms and two and one half baths with 1,252 square feet on two floors.  It is being offered at $729,000.


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This is a rendering of the condo highlighting the french doors to the exclusive use side yard and two of the three sunny exposures. The main floor has an open floor plan with a large living room with a gas fireplace.  The kitchen has white quartz counter tops with white frameless cabinets, and stainless steel appliances. There are hardwood floors throughout.  There is a half bath on this floor.


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The second floor is a dream with two good size ensuite bedrooms and three light exposures. This condo comes with one parking space, and extra storage in the basement.


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Provincetown Sale Of The Week – 4 Bradford Street #3

4 Bradford Street #3 is a beautiful freestanding new construction condo with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and 1,150 square feet. It sold for $860,000.


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MLS COPY: West End New Construction… This beautiful, new 3 bedrooms, 3 bath condo on 3 levels could be it. This free-standing cottage has all the bells and whistles and is nearing completion. It is part of a small, 3 unit association in a great West End location. Features include wood floors throughout, tiled showers in every bath, a large master suite on the top level, 2 additional en suite bedrooms, gas heat, central A/C, gas fireplace in living room, built-in cabinetry in the living room and master bedroom, outdoor shower, large exclusive mahogany deck, 2 car parking and an accessory building that can be utilized in a variety of ways. The cottage has lots of natural light and is pretty as a picture both day and night. Professional landscaping providing lots of privacy will complete the offering. WOW!


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26 Alden Street #7 – Listing Of The Week – Provincetown

26 Alden Street Condominiums, Unit #7   has two bedrooms and two baths with 1,534 square feet and is being marketed at $789,000.  There is a bonus room-den-office on the 3rd floor that has its own private deck.

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This is the most dramatic of the new condos being offered at 26 Alden Street.  This rendering shows the double height ceiling in the living room, the bright light exposures and the look and feel of the luxurious finishes. Check out the grey hardwood floor throughout, the white silestone counter tops, the white frameless cabinets, and the gas fireplace in the living room.


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This new condo complex has it all. Incredible outside spaces for each condo, decks, yards, and parking. Extra storage units for each condo in the basement.  Water and gas hookups on all decks, and a bike rack!…and all just a 5 minute walk to the beach and the center of Provincetown. See the 26 Alden Street Video for a fun tour of town and The 26 Alden Street Condominiums. See floor plan below.


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What $900K Buys You On The Cape

Another great post from Jazmine at Curbed.Com

What $900,000 Buys You on Cape Cod Right Now

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 eight different Cape and Islands neighborhoods. This week, listings for around $900,000.

Here now, eight Cape Cod properties asking around$900,000 – year-round, single families, condos, on Cape Cod Bay, with an auto barn, with gorgeous views, bulldozer bait, recently expanded, all decked out, recently PriceChopped, move-in ready, and ready to rent – with a little something for everyone.

What $900K Buys on Cape Cod
Kicking off in Bourne with a 4BR, 3BA on Sagamore Beach. Built in 1963, the 4,273sf house on Cape Cod Bay has a “great rental history” and a wrap around deck with gorgeous views. First listed in 2014 for $1,199,000, the beachfront listing is now hoping for $899,900.
Land ho! There are currently two houses on this waterfront lot with the potential for replacements “or combine and build six bedroom home.” The “boater’s paradise near Waquoit Bay” has deep water access to Nantucket Sound is asking $899,000.
“You can built at least one more house on it!” Yup, this 4.81 acre spread with a 3BR house and separate entrance guest quarters has room to grow. In addition, there’s an in-ground Gunite pool, a large deck, gazebo, tree house, and a detached auto barn. Asking price is $899,000.
Built in 1950 as a small bungalow, the house was expanded in 2008 and is now a one-level 2,511sf with 4BR, 3BA. Located “less than a mile to Red River Beach,” the .79 acre property is asking $899,000.
This 1950s Cape with a wisteria-covered entrance is located in the Harbor Coves community and comes with access to a private association beach on Crow’s Pond. Asking price for the 3BR, 2BA is $899,000.
“Location, location, location!!! This wonderful colonial is set on a private one acre lot just seven tenths mile from fabulous Nauset Beach.” The 4BR, 4BA was built in 1980 and is asking $900,000.
Built in 1996, this 4BR, 3BA is “just a short stroll down a sandy lane to one of two private association beaches.” The .95 acre spread is asking $899,900.
Finally, to PTown and an East End penthouse condo with 2BR, 2BA. The rather lovely 1,754sf duplex features two exclusive use decks, bay views, two parking spaces, and deeded beach access. Yours for $899,000.
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19th Century Birds Eye View of Provincetown

Intriguing image from the late 1800’s, posted originally by Ryan Curley in 2014.


1882 Birds Eye view of Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA


Provincetown in the late 19th century was a prosperous fishing village and an important harbor of refuge for ships traveling between the ports of Boston and New York. Prior to the Cape Cod Canal’s opening in 1914 Provincetown’s deep water harbor was vital to the East Coasts seaborne trade. Steamships bringing tourist shared space at Provincetown’s numerous wharfs with fishing schooners and other shipping.  By the late 1800s Provincetown was already known as an artist’s colony.  In the image above Long Point is seen wrapping along the lower right with long point lighthouse at its tip.  The circular constructions off of the point are fish weirs which were used to trap fish. The square earthen berms on Long point are the remains of the Long Point (artillery) Battery that was constructed during the civil war and acquired the moniker “Fort Useless” or “Fort Ridiculous” among local residents, and proof that Cape Cod’s biting sense of humor has deep roots. The other buildings on the point are the Cape Cod Oil Works a whale and fish oil processing factory. What is known today as MacMillan Warf was then known as Railroad Wharf as the railroad ran directly out onto it.  The Pilgrim Monument had not yet been built and the town was situated around the harbor with its waters being the main though fare with transportation provided by the residents’ boats and skiffs, the roads were mostly after thoughts, so you can blame the harbor the next time you get stuck on one of Provincetown’s notoriously narrow streets. In the background you can see Hatches Harbor, Race Point and the Race Point Light.

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