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5 Pearl St

5 Pearl St
Historic District Survey information for 5 Pearl St
Architectural Description: 1 1/2-story, 3-bay; the front-gable roof is clad in asphalt shingles; brackets at corner of eaves; gable dormer on north slope; interior brick chimneys on original section and rear addition; exterior is clad in clapboards, with vertical bead board with sawtooth edge in gable end; king truss in gable end; pent eave (flat lintel) above 1st floor, spanning over window and door and supported by brackets; primary entrance contains pane and panel wood door with modern storm, accessed by brick steps and modern wood handrail; fenestration includes 2/1 wood DHS, single-pane wood casement in dormer, window in front gable end containing gable hood supported by brackets and ornamental barge board, flat hoods with brackets over north side windows; addition at rear is 2-story, with gable roof, concrete block foundation; 2/2 wood DHS; single-pane wood awning; short 2/2 wood; rear 2nd floor balcony.
Dwellings, Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown, and Pearl Street (Provincetown, Mass.)
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