5-7 Point Street

5-7 Point Street, Provincetown (2013), by David W. Dunlap. 
West End Condominium

This was the home of Barnabus Atwood out on Long Point, according to the Long Point exhibit at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, and was located near the schoolhouse (later 329 Commercial Street). Edward G. Benz of Orleans converted the property into a three-unit condo in 1995.

The three current owners live in Jamaica Plain; Windsor, Conn.; and Avon, Conn. • MapHistoric District Survey (1) • Historic District Survey (2) • Assessor’s Online Database, Unit 1 • Assessor’s Online Database, Unit 2 • Assessor’s Online Database, Unit 3 ¶ Posted 2013-07-21

5 thoughts on “5-7 Point Street

  1. This home was owned by the late R. J. Ecock of Washington, D.C., for a few years around 1990. He lived in the entire top floor and rented out two apartments on the first floor.

    He also owned an upscale men’s clothing store across the street from Spiritus Pizza, at 199 Commercial, where the present Melt store is located.

  2. Richard John (RJ) Ecock died on 12 Jun 2015 in Fort Myers FL from lung cancer. Born in 1939. Should be added.

  3. correction to Ecock’s death. He died on 12 June 2015 at Joanne’s House, Hope Hospice, in Bonita Springs, FL.

  4. I was born in this house 7 Point St (2nd floor) in 1953. Delivered by a mid-wife and the town doctor.

    DOB 1-28-53

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