On the Market: A Sun-Soaked Cottage in Provincetown
Cathedral ceilings, blue-hued walls, and a glass-walled sunroom set the stage for a lush oasis.
7 Off Cemetery Road, Provincetown
Size: 1,378 square feet
This ultra-quaint P-town home is a lesson in transformation. What was once a humble one-bedroom cottage metamorphosized into the glorious two-bed Cape that stands today, thanks to a 2015 renovation and extension. One of the property’s most romantic features exists thanks to another update: Walls were raised around a covered porch to create a cozy conservatory, complete with a gas fireplace.
Look from the powder blue sitting room through the sky blue kitchen and living area and into the cerulean sunroom, and witness a stunning ombre visual effect that echoes the flow of the nearby waves. In the main living area, beadboard-bedecked cathedral ceilings work with the several hues of blue to shape an ambiance that hints at nautical without nearing kitsch.
Quartz countertops and custom navy blue cabinets adorn the two-wall kitchen, which spills into a spacious dining and sitting area. Marble appointed bathrooms don’t let up on the home’s subtle luxury, either. But of course, the Cape Cod location means getting outside is one of the most important parts of being inside. Multiple sets of sliding doors easily let you out of this home, into the picket fence-enclosed yard, where beautifully landscaped flower beds circle around a brick paved patio and gravel-filled court.
Overflowing with calming tones, ample sunlight, and soaring ceilings—all enclosed in an adorable seaside locale—this home will let you breathe easy.
For information, contact Joel Harms, William Raveis Real Estate, raveis.com
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