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10 Pleasant St

10 Pleasant St
Historic District Survey information for 10 Pleasant St
Architectural Description: 10 Pleasant Street is a 1-1/2-story, 3-bay, 1/2 cottage. The front-gable roof has partial cornice returns and a large frieze below the eaves. A gable dormer is located on the south roof slope, as well as 2 brick chimneys. Corner pilasters appear to support the large frieze. The main entry is a panel door with storm, flanked by sidelights. The door surround includes an entablature and pilasters that match the corner pilasters of the main building. Windows are 6/6 wood DHS with storms. A rear ell extends the southern half of the building westward, extending the main roof slope. Windows on the south facade are 2/1 DHS. The rear section of the added section has a break in the roof, which extends from the building southward to create an entry bay. This entry is located on the east facade, and a parapet wall above carries the main frieze across this facade. A small entablature is located above the door. A side gable roof section also extends northward from the rear ell. This has an entry on the east facade, and 2/2 and 1/1 DHS windows in this 3-bay facade.
Dwellings, Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown, and Pleasant Street (Provincetown, Mass.)
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