The Wall Street Journal's Private Properties reports that Archer and her husband, executive producer Terry Jastrow, bought the two-story townhouse new in 2003. The modest second home measures approximately 1,600 square feet and has two bedrooms a wet bar and water views that can be enjoyed from a dining balcony. The townhome is decorated in a subtly seaside theme that includes a sailboat model, striped bedspreads and illustrations of marine life.
Carnegie Abbey amenities include the massive Adirondack-inspired clubhouse which offers tennis, a spa, a fitness center and multiple lounges with a view of the Club's signature 18th hole and its beautiful Narragansett Bay backdrop. The townhouse is listed at $1.1 million but membership in the club is required. Membership reportedly requires a $200,000 refundable initiation fee plus $10,000 a month in member dues.
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Gallery: Anne Archer in Rhode Island