Thursday, July 5, 2012

Thinking of Moving to PTown?

You know how much I love going to Provincetown on Cape Cod.  It has always been a dream of mine to live in PTown, or at least summer there.

I'm inspired by Bob over at I Should Be Laughing who always showcases architecture, usually homes that are unique.

So I thought I'd give you all a taste of what is available in Provincetown in our price range.  That is, if we were to sell our 1,000 (+/-) square foot home in Connecticut - a three bedroom, one bath, kitchen, living room, sunroom, full basement with basement garage on 2.75 acres of woodland.
An Older Picture Of Our House In Connecticut
We could give up all we own for this 156 Square Foot "condo" listed at $129,000 and still have money left for a dinghy and fishing pole.


"Adorable studio cottage in Beach Point Village with private deck and parking. Cozy wood interior with cathedral ceiling, newer slider & skylight. Tiled kitchen with stainless steel refrigerator and frosted cabinetry. Short walk to the beach on Provincetown Harbor!"





OR, for a nice view of the harbor we could splurge and buy this: 150 Square Foot three-season "Condo" listed at $149,000 and still have some money left for a few week's worth of groceries.

BOLD TYPE MY EMPHASIS: "Waterfront cottage on historic Union Wharf. This three season home is on the pier over the water. Life here will embrace your soul and senses with the views of Long Point, Provincetown Harbor and the breakwater. Watch the sparkle of a Provincetown sunrise! Union Wharf has a rich history. There is a large shared deck out over the water with panoramic views of the harbor. The seller will separate the electric and water prior to a sale (????). Seller will also make recommended repairs to the Pier. There is a private half bath and a shared shower. Betterment to be assumed by the buyer for balance due on one bedroom assessment. (????)  This is the perfect summer getaway for those who have to be on the water!"

I guess your guests can sleep on the "large shared deck"



OK, Bob, now We All Should Be Laughing.

3 comments:

Cubby said...

My Dad's garden shed is bigger than that "cozy condo"!

Russ Manley said...

I started to say, "Who in their right mind--?"

But then, it's a different world up there, with people who can afford to pay a hundred grand plus for a storage shed with curtains. Sheesh.

Mitchell is Moving said...

This is truly hilarious... But you know the gourmet kitchen is fully stocked and even has the lobster pot already on the stove and fire extinguisher is very easy to reach. So glad the seller will make recommended repairs to the pier. 150-sq-ft?!?!?

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