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$1.1M Provincetown Mixed-User Used To Be a Supermarket


We're headed back to Provincetown for Multi-Family Monday. Per the listing, this 2,864-square-footer at 120 Commercial Street has served "housed a number of successful businesses since the 1800's." Currently, the updated c. 1850 dwelling is divided into 800' of commercial space and a residence with "3 levels of open living space reminiscent of a city loft which awaits your imagination and transformation." The two-bedroom unit has water views of Cape Cod Bay from the second and third floors as well as "freshly painted hardwood floors throughout." Outside, the .06 acre West End spread features a private, fenced patio area. Once upon a time, the first floor base was lowered to accommodate an A&P supermarket. We don't know what that means for the basement, but most of the first floor now has a 12' high steel beamed ceiling. The property last changed hands in May 1978 for $67,000 and is now yours for $1,095,000.

· Listing: 120 Commercial Street, Provincetown [Zillow]