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Welcome to Poor Richard's Landing, a very rare offering on the waterfront in Provincetown's East End gallery district. The property comprised of four buildings, including two wharves, embodies a deep and rich history in Provincetown as a gathering place for artists and writers over the past century including Eugene O'Neill, Sinclair Lewis, Tennessee Williams and Michael Cunningham, to name a few. There are eleven residential units (8 seasonal and 3 year-round) plus 2 gallery spaces. The units reflect the property's history with abundant rustic character, including exposed beams, original wood floor, barnboard walls, and multi paned windows with water views all around. The wharf cottages, as the accommodations are called, are immaculately kept by the present ownership, and the property operates as a predominantly successful seasonal lodging establishment.

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Listed by Emily Flax of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

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