Contact Us

Address:

2679 East Main Road
Portsmouth, RI 02871

Telephone:

(401) 683-7636

Fax:

(401) 683-7637

E-mail:

info@lennahan-associates.com

Location

P.J. Lennahan & Associates is based in Portsmouth on Aquidneck Island, a few miles north of Newport. We are located in the historic (1836) former rectory building on the grounds of St. Paul's Church, at the corner of Church Lane and East Main Road. (Easily noticed on a curve on East Main Road, the church has a tall steeple and is white, with red doors.) The former rectory is on the left of the church, a small white house with a red door. Parking is available in the lot directly across Church Lane.

Directions

From Fall River, MA or points North: Take Route 195 to Fall River and exit 8-A onto Route 24 South. Take exit 2 in Portsmouth, turning left off the ramp. At the first traffic light bear right onto East Main Road (Route 138 South). Travel 1.7 miles to St. Paul's Church and our offices, on the left at the curve in the road.

From Bristol and the East Bay: Take Route 114 across the Mt. Hope Bridge; bear right off the bridge onto Bristol Ferry Road. Turn left at the first traffic light onto Sprague Street. At the end of Sprague Street, turn right onto East Main Road. Travel 0.9 mile to St. Paul's Church and our offices, on the left at the curve in the road.

From Newport and points West: Take Route 138 across the Newport Bridge, following signs for Fall River/Cape Cod. Turn left at the traffic light in front of the Jai Alai. Travel 0.6 mile to the second traffic light, turning left on to Routes 114/138. Travel 0.8 mile, turning right at the second traffic light onto East Main Road (Route 138 North). Travel 7.2 miles, reaching Clements' Market at the bottom of a long hill. Bear right at the traffic light in front of the Market, traveling 0.1 mile to our offices on the right.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 
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