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448 Commercial St

448 Commercial St
Historic District Survey information for 448 Commercial St
Architectural Description: 448 Commercial St. is a 2-1/2 story, Greek Revival-style dwelling converted to commercial lodging use; gable-front roof is sheathed in asphalt shingles, full cornice return; exterior is clad in clapboard siding with wood corner boards and trim; building sits on a raised brick foundation; fenestration includes 6/6 DHS replacement windows, modillioned lintels and retractable awnings on left side facade, inoperable panel shutters; wrap-around verandah with Doric columns and new balustrade, porch has lattice skirting; 2nd-floor deck on side facade; modillioned cornices and trim throughout; secondary entries at raised basement level; exterior steps to 3rd-story entrance; engaged fluted columns; large gable dormer with partial cornice returns; brick ridge chimney on ell; rear decks; front yard is enclosed by a wood picket fence.
Historical Narrative: Currently "Copper Fox" (2003).
Commercial Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Dwellings, and Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown
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