1 Baker Avenue. [2021, Dunlap]
A picturesque exemplar of the Cape Cod house (in this case a three-quarter Cape with Greek Revival flourishes, built around 1830), 1 Baker further profits from its situation, roughly perpendicular to Pearl Street, which sets it off charmingly. A century and more ago, this was home to the Baker family. It was purchased in 2003 by Andrew Terrat, whose parents opened the Garden at 6 Atwood Avenue. Since 2010, the house has been owned by Ryan Landry, the indefatigable impresario behind the popular Showgirls revue and shepherd of the Gold Dust Orphans troupe, whose productions have included Mildred Fierce, Pornocchio, Mary Poppers, Valet of the Dolls, and Silent Night of the Lambs.
[1969 / Massachusetts Historical Commission Inventory, 1973-1977 / Provincetown Public Library]
Pearl Street side. [1969 / Massachusetts Historical Commission Inventory, 1973-1977 / Provincetown Public Library]
Before renovation. [2006, Dunlap]
During renovation. [2008, Dunlap]
Left: Ryan Landry. [Courtesy of Sue Harrison] Right: Ken Fulk visiting with Landry on the Pearl Street side of the house. The sign on the fence says: “Beware pickpockets and loose women.” [2018, Dunlap]
[2011 and 2014, Dunlap]
1 Baker Avenue on the Town Map, showing property lines.
Also at this address
¶ Last updated in 2015.