3 Bradford Street

3 Bradford Street Condominium, Building 1 (Units 1 to 4)

3 Bradford Street Condominium, Building 1. [2012, Dunlap]

The duplex residential unit. [2014, Dunlap]

[2016, Dunlap]

The gifted and inventive metalworker Clarence Casimir Kacergis (1916-2012) and his wife, Matilda Alice “Tillie” (Jackett) Kacergis (1917-2005), bought this 64-by-103-foot lot at Bradford and Nickerson Streets in 1946. The family’s business, Provincetown Welding Works, was conducted on the southern half of the property. The northern half had been occupied by a long utilitarian building for many years, described in various street atlases as a “fish house” (1912), “store house” (1919), and “auto stalls” (1929 and subsequently).

Michael A. Kacergis, Matilda and Clarence’s son, and his wife, Kathleen Kacergis Barney, established the 3 Bradford Street Condominium in 2005 The workshop was designated Building 2. The long structure on the north became Building 1, with four residential units — one of them a duplex. At this writing, the owners in Building 1 are residents of Cambridge; Quincy; Miami Beach; and Santa Clara, Calif.

¶ Last updated on 15 November 2022.

In memoriam

• Clarence Casimir Kacergis (1916-2012)

Find a Grave Memorial No. 149641188.

• Matilda Alice “Tillie” (Jackett) Kacergis (1917-2005)

Find a Grave Memorial No. 149641283.

3 Bradford Street on the Town Map, showing property lines.

Also at this address

Provincetown Welding Studio, formerly Provincetown Welding Works | Building 2 (Unit 5)

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