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19 Central St

19 Central St
Historic District Survey information for 19 Central St
Architectural Description: This is a 1 1/2-story, 6-bay building with entry offset to the right. The building faces south toward Commercial Street. The side gable roof is clad in wood shingles and has a gable dormer on each slope; skylights are also present. A simple frieze and corner boards frame the facades, denoting Greek Revival style influence. The main entry consists of a pane and panel door flanked by fluted pilasters and capped by a pedimented crown. The pediment is more characteristic of later Colonial Revival style. Windows are replacement 1/1 DHS wood with storms and operable panel shutters. A 1-story addition extends southward from the end of the primary facade. It has a shed roof and concrete chimney. 1st and 2nd-story decks are located on the east facade.
Central Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Dwellings, and Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown
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