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Court & Pearl Street Development

Court Street consist of two duplex homes and a single family home.

  • 33 Court Street is a single family home.  35 Court Street is a duplex with 2 apartments.
  • 33 and 35 Pearl Street homes were constructed in 1960 and renovated in 1997.

40 Pear Street is a duplex with 2 apartments. 40 Pearl Street home was constructed in 1930 and renovated in 1997. The development consist of approximately 0.75 acres.

33 Court

The single-family home is a 1-story house with two (2) bedrooms, a partial second floor and basement. The house was constructed in 1960 and located on approximately a quarter of an acre. The single family home is presently occupied by a tenant.

This facility consists of the site and its entire associated infrastructure. The site is served by the following utilities: Water, Overhead electric, Overhead Cable, Overhead Telephone and Site Septic System including Leach Field and Tanks.

Overall development is composed of approximately 0.75 acres. The properties topography varies and is generally sloped.

The site is additionally improved with asphalt individual driveway parking areas, sidewalks and landscaping.

Total site area provided by LHA. EMG unable to verify per municipal records.

35 Court Street

The multi-family house is a 2-story home with two (2) bedrooms and a crawl space. The house was constructed in 1960 and is located on approximately a quarter of an acre. Renovated in 1997.

This facility consists of the site and its entire associated infrastructure. The site is served by the following utilities: Water, Overhead electric, Overhead Cable, Overhead Telephone and Site Septic System including Leach Field and Tanks.

Overall development is composed of approximately 0.75 acres. The properties topography varies and is generally sloped.

The site is additionally improved with sidewalks and landscaping.

Total site area provided by LHA. EMG unable to verify per municipal records.

40 Pearl Street home was constructed in 1930 and renovated in 1997.

The multi-family house is a 2-story duplex house. The house was constructed in approximately 1930 and renovated in 1997. The house is located on approximately a quarter of an acre.

This facility consists of the site and its entire associated infrastructure. The site is served by the following utilities: Water, Overhead electric, Overhead Cable, Overhead Telephone and Site Septic System including Leach Field and Tanks.

Overall development is composed of approximately 0.75 acres. The properties topography varies and is generally sloped.

The site is additionally improved with sidewalks and landscaping.

Total site area provided by LHA. EMG unable to verify per municipal records.

42 and 42.5 Aunt Sukeys Way

The development has two-(2) 2-story duplex homes. The buildings were constructed in 1986 on two (2) sites that are approximately a quarter of an acre each.

This facility consists of the site and its entire associated infrastructure. The site is served by the following utilities: Water, Overhead electric, Overhead Cable, Overhead Telephone and Site Septic System including Leach Field and Tanks.

Overall development is composed of approximately 0.5 acres. The properties topography varies and is generally sloped.

The site is additionally improved with asphalt roads, individual driveway parking areas, sidewalks and landscaping.

Total site area provided by LHA. EMG unable to verify per municipal records.

 

This house is proof that we are family here in Provincetown,” said Alice Foley (pictured) in 1996 at the dedication of Foley House, an assisted-living, congregate home for 10 otherwise homeless people living with H.I.V. and AIDS — the only program of its kind on the Cape. Foley cofounded the Provincetown AIDS Support Group (now the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod). Its housing director, Irene Rabinowitz, worked on this project with the Provincetown Housing Authority. The effort began as a renovation, but the contractor demolished the existing structure in 1995. The house then had to be reconstructed. There are 10 bedrooms, each with a refrigerator and microwave oven, and two kitchens.