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5 Center St

5 Center St
Historic District Survey information for 5 Center St
Architectural Description: This building is a 2-story, 5-bay inn with a raised basement and rear ell; faces south. The building is clad in wood shingles on the primary facade, and clapboard on the secondary facades. The cross-gable roof is clad in asphalt shingles; gable pedimented dormer on west roof slope; interior brick chimney at peak. A shed dormer and interior brick ridge chimney are located on the rear ell. The historic main entrance is currently raised above the basement level, and is not accessible from the ground. There is now a balcony at this entrance, supported by knee braces. The door here is pane and panel aluminum with modern storm; wood surround with thick entablature. An exterior stair leads to a rear ell entry (on west side), which now functions as the main entry. Fenestration includes 2/1 wood DHS, 2/2 wood DHS; paired 2/2 in gable dormer.
Historical Narrative: Currently known as "Rose Acre" (2004).
Center Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Dwellings, and Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown
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