Offered on the public market for the first time since it was built in 1820, this showpiece property has only had 3 owners in the past 100 years. This classic Cape Cod home, with its sweeping lawn and white picket fence, is an iconic property in Provincetown's West End, one of a very few that boast this square footage on almost a 1/4 acre of land, in the heart of the historic district. The house has been impeccably restored to its original grandeur, and all of its core infrastructure has been brought up to date. The home is expansive, with 7 bedrooms, pine floors, period wainscoting and trim, formal living and dining rooms each with wood burning fireplaces, and a classic sunroom that offers views of Long Point Light. Underground utilities, irrigation, new HVAC, wiring, sewer connection, security, generator, exterior siding and cedar roof within recent years.
Old King’s Highway is a historic corridor that parallels Cape Cod Bay. The four-century history of Cape Cod can be pegged along its route, from cemetery plots dating back to the 1600s and sea captain mansions from the 1800s to contemporary cafes and clam shacks. Read more about luxury homes in Cape Cod