general info

Provincetown Listing of the Week – 28 Pilgrim Heights Road – $2.1M

28 Pilgrim Heights Road is a five bedroom, three bath home with 3,384 square feet. It has multiple levels, soaring ceilings and great outside spaces. It is an extraordinary home. It is being marketed for $2.1M.

MLS Remarks: A contemporary-lover’s dream! This impeccably maintained tiered designed home is located in the desirable Pilgrim Heights neighborhood.The modern design offers a multi-functional floor plan with the main living, chef style kitchen, and dining on the top level maximizing the gathering space. There is a wood burning fireplace that anchors the room for those fall nights.Banks of sliders lead out to a sunny deck with beautiful ocean views. The large master bedroom offers a generous walk in closet and master bath with a slider leading to a private balcony. There are three additional bedrooms and two full baths as well as a laundry room. A large office is on the first floor and as well as access to the garage. Additional features include a cedar sauna and large outside shower. This custom home is truly an architectural gem! Listing courtesy of Kinlin Grover Compass Real Estate.

See all properties for sale at

general info

Provincetown Sale of the Week – 56 Harry Kemp Way #6 – $1.48M

56 Harry Kemp Way #6 is a great freestanding condo with three bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,820 square feet. It was marketed for $1.499M and sold for $1.48M.

MLS REMARKS: Spacious & meticulously maintained freestanding home, a short distance to Commercial Street & the center of town. Large, well-designed, kitchen with granite counters, stainless appliances, and plenty of cabinetry & counter space. A large, bright open plan living & dining area, w/ hardwood flooring, propane fireplace & double sliders leading to a private back deck, overlooks neighboring conservation land. A half bath is conveniently tucked away on this level. Upstairs there are two bedrooms including a large primary ensuite bedroom w/ cathedral ceiling, also with double sliders leading to another private deck w/ views of the conservation land – morning coffee perhaps? A guest bedroom & hall bath, w/ tub, are also found here. The top floor is a large, inviting room w/ French doors, vaulted ceiling and good size closet space. And the large, nicely finished lower level! With over 2,800 sq ft of living space, including central AC, 2 car parking.

See all available properties for sale at

general info

Provincetown – Jon Goode Market Report -April 2022

It’s that time of year again when our beloved restaurants and stores begin to open, our friends start readying their homes for another season and the extraordinary whales return here to swim in the welcoming waters of Provincetown.

As we move into our spring selling season, this year’s first quarter results are even more difficult than usual to analyze. We are experiencing an inventory drought like we haven’t seen before. Supply has been depleted from the buying surge that began as the pandemic hit in 2020. Heightened demand and absorption continued through 2021, prices continued to rise and unit sales decreased. Last year, Provincetown condo sales were down a total of 21%. In the first quarter of this year condo sales are down 34%. And the average sale price is up a staggering 67% to $1.046M! These numbers are enough to shock anyone, even the real estate obsessed like all of us.

As unit sales are down significantly for the first quarter, that gives us even less of a sample from which to derive trends. For example, only seven single-family properties were sold in Provincetown in Q1, and only two in Truro. There is simply not a lot of data to analyze, but I will do my best to provide insights as well as provide all the empirical data which is in the charts below.


Condominium sales in Provincetown were down 34% to 27, while the average sale price increased 64% to $1.022M. There are only eight condos on the market excluding four listings at Seashore Point, the over-55 residences. For some interesting context, 10 years ago in 2012, there were 131 available condominiums on the market!

Single-family home sales were down 36% to seven. The average sale price was up 15% to $1.988M. There are only five on the market as of April 15. Ten years ago, there were 51 single-family properties on the market.


In Truro, the average sales price of the two single-family homes sold was $3.070M. While a dramatic number and a crazy headline, don’t read too much into it. The average selling price will moderate as more homes become available for sale. But right now, as of mid-April, there are no single-family properties available for sale in Truro.

Condominiums sales in Truro were down 64% to four units from 11 last year. The average sales price was up 55% to $498K from $320K. There are only two condominiums available on the market!

Wellfleet is closest to a normal market, with the average price of single-family homes up 3% to $901K. Sales were down 36% to 14 from 22 last year. However, inventory here is low as well and there are only three single-family home available for sale.


The message this quarter is all about inventory. There is little to none. Hopefully, this will change over the coming spring-summer selling season. However, we will continue to see a slow adjustment over the next several quarters. An inventory increase is predicated on sellers deciding to sell and in turn having someplace to buy. With interest rates hovering close to 5% and prices continuing their upward trajectory, fundamentals have to change in order to return to a more balanced market.

Even in this market, prepared buyers are finding their dream homes and sellers are taking advantage of the historically strong seller’s market. Patience, knowledge, preparedness and flexibility are key – whether buying or selling in these truly unusual times.

As always, my goal is to keep you engaged in this unprecedented outer Cape Real Estate market by providing you with news and market developments as they happens. Watch for interesting stories in your email and on social media at I hope to see you on the streets soon. Stay well.

general info

Provincetown Sale of the Week – 15 Cottage St #1 – $995K

15 Cottage St #C is a two bedroom one bath 620 square foot top floor condo in the West End. It was marketed for $899K and sold for $995K, after three days on the market.

MLS Remarks: Penthouse level 2BR/1BA condo located on quiet Winthrop Street, in the West End, just a block from Commercial Street, Joe’ coffee and the Boatslip. Exhaustively renovated in 2015, the unit boasts a handsome, skylighted kitchen with Caesarstone counters, stainless steel appliances, a marble tile backsplash, gas cooking and under-counter washer/dryer. The living room has wide pine floors and a large skylight. Each of the two bedrooms has a queen size bed and good closet space. The bathroom features an oversized custom-tiled shower . There are burnished wide pine floors throughout, and there is central air conditioning cooling all rooms. A unique feature is a large 225 sf exclusive-use deck off the living area, perfect for sunning. Its like having an open-air family room! A staircase leads down to a fenced exclusive-use yard, with new outdoor shower. There is parking for one car. Weekly rentals and pets for owners allowed.

See all properties for sale at