Real Estate Notes: Waterfront Portsmouth home sells for $1.67M – The Providence Journal

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A contemporary waterfront home in Portsmouth was sold on Dec. 29 for $1.67 million, according to Lila Delman Real Estate International.

The sellers of 15 Hammel Court, Joseph Pasquale and Caren Demoulas, were represented by Delman associate Alex Thursby. Teri Degnan Real Estate & Consulting represented the buyers, Brian and Jennifer Shepherd.

The home is sited on just over an acre with 141 feet of waterfront, a deep-water dock and a mooring.

Custom built in 2001, the house has 4,385 square feet of living space, including four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and one half bathroom, two fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen and an attached three-bay garage.

Watch Hill condo sold 

A condominium on Bay Street in Watch Hill was recently sold for $1.25 million, according to Dottie Nigrelli, manager of the Watch Hill office of Randall Realtors.

Unit R3 at 124 Bay St. in Westerly overlooks Napatree Point and offers views of Fishers Island, New York, and Stonington, Connecticut, from its roof deck.

The listing agent was Serene O’Connor and the selling agent was Trevor Ainsworth, both from Randall Realtors. The sellers are Joanne and Daniel Delmastro and the buyers are Erich Strunk and Cynthia Kjeldesen-Strunk.

ONE Neighborhood appoints 3

ONE Neighborhood Builders recently announced three appointments to its board of directors, according to board Chairman Bob McMahon. The new directors are Ann Baccari, Lorraine Lalli, and Jordan Durham.

Baccari is the chief financial officer of The Journey of Hope, Health and Healing Inc. of Warwick. She is a Narragansett resident. Lalli, a Providence resident, is the assistant dean of students at Roger Williams University Law School. She also serves on the Providence School Board. Durham is the founder and partner of D+P Real Estate, a Providence firm that does design, construction and property management. His firm is developing the former Louttit Laundry building at 93 Cranston St. in Providence into affordable housing and a co-op grocery store. Jordan is also a Providence resident.

ONE Neighborhood Builders, formerly Olneyville Housing Corporation, is affiliated with NeighborWorks America and is neighborhood community development organization that has a 30-year track record of improving neighborhoods in Providence with affordable housing, health equity initiatives, community collaboration, and crime prevention efforts.

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