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11 Prince St

11 Prince St
Historic District Survey information for 11 Prince St
Architectural Description: 1-story, 3-bay; asphalt roof shingles; partial cornice returns and fascia board; square bell tower sits at peak on front facade with hipped roof, overhanging eave and dome on top with cross-shaped spire and paired arched vents; primary entrance centered on front facade with paired wood panel doors with wood surround, flanking pilasters, broken pediment entry porch with circular window in shingle-covered gable and supported by Tuscan columns; entrance accessed by brick steps and metal handrails; secondary entrance on south facade contains paired panel wood doors, broken pediment hood supported by brackets; main entry flanked by paired arched stained glass windows with large circular stained glass window in gable; paired stained glass windows run along sides and rear; ell section protrudes for southeast side and connects to 1-story shed addition on north side of adjoining house (parsonage?)
Historical Narrative: Saint Peter of the Apostle
Dwellings, Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown, and Prince Street (Provincetown, Mass.)
Download (Mass. Historical Commission Form B)

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