Your weekend getaway awaits.

 

The Residences at 350 Bradford, the perfect combination of modern, seaside luxury and turnkey living. Open floor plans with oversized windows, 9-foot ceilings and flat roofs all thoughtfully designed to maximize light, views and stunning sunsets.

Modern amenities including central air conditioning, top of the line appliances, laundry, gas fireplaces, outdoor patios, deck space and parking.

All uniquely nestled in Provincetown’s East End allowing you to walk to the center of Town while also providing privacy and a short stroll to the beach located steps away.

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City-style amenities with a sandy beach 100 yards away.

 

Home ownership is an effortless experience. Turn the key and unwind. The retreat-like setting connects light-filled modern interiors with outdoor living.

 
 

Commercial Street

Small town with big personality

Located in the heart of Provincetown, Commercial Street is a diverse hotspot. Whether your thing is original art, live theater, museums, waterside restaurants, hip bars or shopping— it offers it all. Not to mention, it boasts a killer nightlife.

Provincetown Beaches

Choose your vibe

Whether it’s Race Point, Herring Cove, or the dramatic dunes,  Provincetown is a spectacular coastal playground. For those who want to fly under the radar, tune out at the local East End Beach to find your escape and recharge.

Ferry to Boston

Macmillan pier

MacMillan Pier is Provincetown’s major transportation hub. Ferries from Boston bring tens of thousands of people here seasonally, and excursions of all types depart daily to explore the Harbor, the National Seashore and Stellwagen National Marine Sanctuary. Prefer to fly? No Problem. Provincetown's Municipal Airport is a 15 minute flight from Logan Airport.

The East End of Provincetown

 

The East End is a peaceful stretch of quiet streets, glimpses of oceanfront and quaint galleries, as well as the renown PAAM Museum.

Still retaining its maritime feel, it has an old-fashioned, small-village charm with its mix of traditional shingled cottages and stately Greek revival Homes.

Though the East End is a quiet neighborhood, it is also a gateway to the bustle of Commercial Street, Provincetown’s playful thoroughfare, as well as the towns incredible restaurants and beautiful beaches.