2020 Commercial 147 13Fisherman’s Cove Condominium (Units L1-L12).

There is a lot more to 147 Commercial than its distinguished shopfront: in fact, a 12-unit apartment building that Joseph P. Segar converted into a condo in 1981. The structure occupies roughly the same site as the 1920s bowling alley built by George Rogers (1883-1958), but its metes and bounds are just different enough to make me reluctant to say that it’s the same building. Undoubtedly, someone among the readers will have the answer. Only one of the 12 apartments was owned by a local resident at the time of this writing. The owners of the other units were from Boston (four); Cambridge; Middleborough; Natick; Piscataway, N.J.; Providence; Ruskin, Fl.; and Sudbury.

¶ Last updated on 10 April 2019.

2020 Commercial 147 14A photo taken from the beach in 2018 gives some sense how long 147 Commercial is. David W. Dunlap.

147 Commercial Street on the Town Map.

Also at 145-147 Commercial Street:

Artemas Paine’s Wharf.

Tom Sharp Designs | Sixty Special Home Store | Fisherman’s Cove Condominium (Units M1C-M3C, M1R-M3R).

Fisherman’s Cove Condominium (Units B1-B4).

Former Fishermen’s Cove Restaurant | Fisherman’s Cove Condominium (Unit B5).

Cart road | Town landing.

Pop + Dutch | Fisherman’s Cove Condominium (Unit C1).

Thumbnail image: Photo, 2011, by David W. Dunlap.


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