A rare historic gem located in Provincetown's Gallery District at the top of Pearl St. This exclusive unit is one of two redeveloped from a 19th-century barn that later served as the Cape School of Art and the studio and residence of the painter Edwin Dickinson.
Now a very large modern and luxurious 2 bed, 3½ bath home with a private yard and private 3rd-floor roof deck, the Dickinson Condo has a soaring 19-foot living room ceiling and oversized north facing windows.
The master bedroom with en-suite full bath features a king bed, lofted ceiling, and a walk-in closet. The 3rd-floor loft features a queen-size bed and an en-suite full bath with spacious shower room. And for those who need to get some work done, an office area with desk is perched overlooking the living room. For additional sleeping options, the cozy lower level features a queen-size futon and a full bath.
A three-zone A/C system keeps you cool during the hottest days, and a five-zone heating system keeps you comfy on chilly fall nights.
In addition to the fully equipped chef's kitchen, there's a gas grill on the patio where you can cook as well as relax surrounded by flowering gardens.
A short 3-4 minute walk to the end of Pearl St brings you to Provincetown Harbor Beach. Enjoy the sunrises and beach walks before heading up to the Dickinson Condo's 3rd floor roof deck to view the sun as it sets over the National Seashore and the Province Lands.
The unit comes with parking for one car. Additional parking is available either on-street or in a Town lot.
The history is palpable in this neighborhood, currently home to artists, writers, and performers. And the Provincetown of today is just down the street where you'll find the heart of Provincetown's Gallery District: the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM), the Fine Arts Work Center, and numerous independent East End galleries as well as such beloved Provincetown destinations as Wired Puppy, The Mews, Harbor Lounge, and, of course, Provincetown Harbor.