The Seafare residences in Portsmouth


Aquidneck Island's newest town home community is near completion, with a model home now open to view. Centrally located in Portsmouth, Rhode Island the thirty three Sea Fare Residences sit on an eight acre parcel and are conveniently located one short mile to Route 24, providing quick access to both Providence and Boston. These properties offer exceptional value, starting at $237,900 with amenities not often found at these prices.

Located on the expansive site of the former Sea Fare Inn, the development embraces the location's natural features and is designed to maximize green space, privacy and view corridors to the woodland trails to the west and the Sakonnet River to the east.

Standard features in each unit include colonial-style moldings, hardwood floors in first floor living areas, granite kitchen countertops, recessed kitchen lights, master bedroom suites, Pella windows, central air, a one-car garage, full basement with 9-foot ceilings, a private porch and deck, and much more. Custom upgrades and options include gas fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, custom tile, wainscoting and breadboards, hardwoods throughout, central vacuum, soaking and whirlpool tubs, custom paint, wired surround sound, and custom closet layouts.

Public open houses will be hosted every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., or call to make a private appointment.

Starting at $237,900

Hogan Associates

Matt Hadfield or Chuck Spencer



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