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3 Prince St

3 Prince St
Historic District Survey information for 3 Prince St
Architectural Description: 3 Prince Street is a 1 1/2-story, 5-bay, 3/4 cottage with a large rear ell. The side gable roof is clad in wood shingles and includes two gable dormers and a rebuilt brick chimney at the roof ridge. The primary entrance includes a four-panel door flanked by five-light sidelights and wide wood surround. Fenestration includes 2/1 and 12/6 wood DHS with aluminum storms.
Historical Narrative: The earliest concrete evidence of #3 Prince Street is its location on the 1836 map. According to the 1886 director, Antone Flores, a fisherman, resided here. The 1858 atlas noted that the ownership changed to D. Crocker. By 1880, the owner is listed as Mr. G. King who continued ownership through 1907.
Bibliography and/or References: Barnstable County Atlas., 1880. Barnstable County Atlas., 1907. Cape Cod Directory, 1901. H.F. Wallings Co. Map of Provincetown Village. Atlas, 1858. Resident Directory. W.F. Richardson & Co., 1886. Resident Directory. W.H. Hopkins, 1889.
Dwellings, Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown, and Prince Street (Provincetown, Mass.)
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