29 Pearl Street

29 Pearl Street, Provincetown (2010), by David W. Dunlap. 
A 1920s Craftsman-style bungalow is the perfect lily to gild with such bright accents. It’s an ever-so-startling little gem. The owner since 2001 has been Laura “L. A.” Teodosio, a software designer and film producer. Her credits include Who’s the Top?, directed by Jennie Livingston. She rents the house through HomeAway. • Historic District Survey, main house • Historic District Survey, shed • Assessor’s Online Database ¶ Posted 2013-06-09

4 thoughts on “29 Pearl Street

  1. Irene Lipton (a FAWC Fellow 1989-89, 1989-90) and Phil Smith bought the house in 1992. They sold it to Laura Teodosio in 2001, after they moved to North Truro. The house was built in 1945.

  2. Irene Lipton and Phil Smith owned this home from 1992 until 2000, bought soon after Irene’s second Fellowship at FAWC, across the street. Phil painted the doors and trim and added the picket fence. For years they rented the house and used the tiny cottage in the summers, until they were able to move in from NY in 1997. Eventually they realized they could not have two studios in the house, and sold it to Laura Teodosio through their friendship with Jennie Livingston.

    • Oh, gosh, Irene, I’m so sorry it’s taken me so long to post this. May I offer the book-signing trip as a partial excuse?

      • Haha. but of course. I loved that house so much. It nearly did me in to leave it, but it turned out to be a very good move. Thanks so much for addin!!

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