505 Commercial Street is a local treasure. It is the artist Pat de Groots old h0use, a watefront gem with two bedrooms and 3,572 square feet with expansive decking right on the bay beach. It sold for $2.7M on an asking price of $2.850M.
In a spring selling season that is anything but normal, there are still inportant properties selling, adding a degree of histoic calm to the otherwise crazy market.
MLS REMARKS: RARE WATERFRONT GEM! A chance to own part of Provincetown history! Originally built and owned by renowned artist Pat de Groot, now owned by prominent painter Anne Packard, it’s easy to see why this property is a creative’s dream. The sweeping views of the Bay and Long Point all throughout the home will take your breath away. There are three attached exterior decks to enjoy the breeze and entertain outdoors. Walk down a few steps from your deck and spend your day right on the beach! This exceptional East End property has a two family designation and offers spacious living in the main house, with a bonus of a separate unit above ideal for renting, extra guests or studio space. The original wood from floor to ceiling and wood burning fireplace make for a cozy home, while ample windows frame stunning seascapes and invite in the beautiful natural light. This generous sized lot offers plenty of privacy, with a whimsical front yard and two parking spots. A special opportunity not to be missed, there are not many properties like this left in Provincetown!
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