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66 Bradford St

66 Bradford St
Historic District Survey information for 66 Bradford St
Architectural Description: 66 Bradford Street is a 1 1/2-story, 3-bay central entry cottage. The door is a historic pane and panel, with a storm door installed. The door is surrounded by pilasters and a simple entablature. The location of a former transom above the door appears to have been filled in, and a light installed. Windows are 2/2 DHS with storm windows installed and operable shutters. Simple wood trim surrounds the windows. Each facade is framed by corner pilasters and a frieze below the eaves. There is a shed dormer with paired 6-light windows offset on the front roof slope. An exterior end brick chimney is present on the southwest facade. An ell has been added to the side of the building, and this is set back from the primary facade. It has a similar dormer on the front roof slope, 2/1 DHS replacement and 6/6 wood windows. An enclosed vestibule entry extends from the front facade. The eastern gable end, facing Court Street, is fully pedimented and has 2/1 DHS and operable shutters.
Bradford Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Dwellings, and Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown
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