Wow, this house. According to Building Provincetown, this two-year-old Contemporary is "a declaration that there is room in modern Provincetown for more than Ye Olde Cape Codde shingles-and-shutters." Indeed, the 2,362-square-foot stunner is clearly an homage to the Midcentury masterpieces of the Outer Cape, despite the quintessential Cape address of 6 Pilgrims' Landing. Per the listing, the three-bedroom by the award-winning architects of Hariri & Hariri, sisters Gisue Hariri and Mojgan Hariri, "was designed to reflect the architecture of the Gropius anchor home." Set high on a dune, the .37 acre lot allows for rather lovely panoramic views of the salt marsh, mile-long breakwater, and Cape Cod Bay. The entry level features soaring ceilings and walls of glass with a master suite and guest bedroom connected by a suspended steel-and-glass bridge. Downstairs, the main living consists of a chef-style kitchen, dining area, living room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, and a third bedroom and bath. Asking price is $3,399,000.