Quiet, sun-filled secluded garden apartment in the heart of Provincetown's gallery district .Experience the real Provincetown. Large 350 sq ft studio on the garden floor.
The 150-year old building has charm, character and history. The apartment has been home to many well-know artists over the years.
I am an artist, designer and writer and live in the adjacent apartment.
I would be happy to help you with your plans and suggestions while in Provincetown.
1 block from The Provincetown Art Museum.
4 blocks from Fine Arts Work Center
Several excellent specialty grocery stores one, two & three blocks away for coffee and sandwiches
A great breakfast cafe just up the way
Dozens of restaurants out on Commercial Street
5 minute walk from the center of town (& Boston Ferry)
Private bathroom with shower
Open cathedral ceiling (including beams from a sunken ship)
100yds from the beach
-Antique iron double bed w/ down comforter and pillows - sleeps a couple comfortably.
-Full private bathroom with shower
-Large work table (great for artists and writers)
-Deck - Outdoor area
-Coffee maker, hot pot, dishes, flatware, utensils.
-Iron & board
-Towels and soap
-Access to a washer and dryer
-Lots of interesting books
Other things to know:
There is no kitchen
Quiet contemplative - not a party environment
2 people maximum (one European double bed)
As to small children --- there is only the one bed
No on-site parking. Street parking and town lot are nearby
The Street view map shows an area on the hill up behind me, a full block away on Bradford Street. Listed as, Old Kings Highway. (not actual location) Perhaps this is for airbnb security reasons.
[POSSIBLE "MIDWEEK ONLY" BOOKING RESTRICTIONS DURING THE BUSY SEASON]
[ Please check with me first - thanks]
Two nights minimum standard
(Memorial weekend): 3 nights min
(July 4th week): 3 nights min
I do have the two night minimum booking. Although, if there becomes available a single night with a booking on either end. I can often accommodate your request for a single night.
SMS/ email me through airbnb and we'll work it out.
You are in the middle of everything.
Surrounded by water, It is literally impossible to get lost in Provincetown.
Everything is walk and bike-able.