10 Bradford Street, Building 1. [2021, Dunlap]
Before it was painted seagull blue, 10 Bradford was more a sirocco green. [2011, Dunlap]
The Cottage Street facade. [2021, Dunlap]
The Cottage Street facade in the earlier paint job. [2013, Dunlap]
Even the shed is painted seagull blue. [2021, Dunlap]
This late 19th-century house — painted a distinctive seagull blue — occupies a parcel that was acquired in 1966 by Rockie and Josephine C. Romeo from Frank S. Alves III, as administrator of the estate of his mother, Marien Elizabeth (Irving) Alves (1896-1965). More recently, in 2020, the parcel was purchased for $925,000 by Dol-Fin Development L.L.C. — Elizabeth Barbeau, Lyn A. Plummer, and Maria A. Cirino — which is becoming a significant property owner in town.1
¶ Last updated on 20 November 2022.
1 “Dol-Fin Diving Into Nelson Ave.,” The Provincetown Independent, 7 July 2021.
• Marien Elizabeth (Irving) Alves (1896-1965)
Find a Grave Memorial No. 126429777.
10 Bradford Street on the Town Map, showing property lines.