Compared with the price of parking spaces in Boston or —gasp!— Manhattan, this Provincetown spot is a virtual steal. Alas, as far as Cape Cod is concerned, the six figure asking price for a place to park is still pretty mind-boggling.
While PTown is the Cape's best neighborhood for going car-free, not everyone arrives by boat, bus, bike, ferry, plane, or gyrocopter. Hence, there's a very tight parking situation, making this tandem spot at 5 School Street look really rather dreamy.
Gorgeous, right? The "Unique Parking Space Easement in the West End near Commercial Street" can accommodate two cars and is asking $100,000 with a condo fee of $50.
· Listing: 5 School Street, A, Provincetown [Redfin]
· Back Bay Parking Spaces Trade for Measly $250K [Curbed Boston]
· Manhattan Is Getting More $1 Million Parking Spots [Curbed NY]
· Why Provincetown is Cape Cod's Best Neighborhood for Car-Free Summer Rentals Right Now [Curbed Cape Cod]