Carnegie property in Portsmouth fetches $3.1 million

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PORTSMOUTH —  A waterfront home in the Carnegie Abbey development has sold for over $3 million — the biggest property sale in Portsmouth over the past year, says the real estate firm representing the seller.

According to a warranty deed filed July 3 at Town Hall, Gerald and Margaret Conlan of Portsmouth sold the property to William and Susan Eigen of Southborough, Mass. for $3.1 million.

The property, at 121 Carnegie Heights Drive, is identified in the deed as "Unit No. 8 in Carnegie Heights Condominium."

The gated waterfront home, with about 11,494 square feet of living space, has six "en-suite" bedrooms with an additional separate guest suite. Amenities include a gym, pool, spa and tennis. Built in 2007, it's located within the gated Carnegie Abbey Sporting Estate which offers golf, tennis, equestrian and yachting facilities.

The property was originally listed at $3.995 million by Lila Delman Real Estate. Melanie Delman, president, and Catherine Gazder, associate broker and international fine properties liason, represented the seller.

“We are extremely pleased to add 121 Carnegie Heights to the Lila Delman Real Estate portfolio of sold homes. This sale is another example of the ideal waterfront living Rhode Island offers,” said Ms. Delman.

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