Stonington Arms

133 S Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT 06379, USA

Stonington Arms

133 S Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT 06379, USA


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Federally subsidized HUD PRAC property


Stonington Arms is a beautiful independent living residence for seniors 62 and older located in the picturesque Town of Stonington. Our residents love that they have their own entry door for privacy. We have two community gardens for residents to use on the property. We have an outdoor screened in Gazebo. Our Community room walks out to a beautiful brand new fenced in 20 foot by 32 foot patio for residents to enjoy!


Our Community room boasts a small library and computer center for residents to access as well as an electric fireplace and cable TV for them to enjoy while doing their laundry. Our patio has new picnic tables and a screened in gazebo. Heat and electricity are included in rent. Laundry room with washers and dryers.

Nearby Amenities

In a three mile radius there are a number of amenities. There are two grocery stores, two pharmacies, several churches of various denominations, and Wilcox Park in downtown Westerly, The Police Station is less than one mile away, as is the town Recreation Department facilities which include picnic pavilions, walking trails, and even a small pond. We are located within miles of area beaches such as DuBois Beach in Stonington Borough, East Beach in Watch Hill, RI and Misquamicut Beach in Rhode Island. We are close to libraries, Mystic Aquarium, and Mystic Seaport. We are located an hour from New Haven, CT and an hour away from Hartford, CT. We are also located 45 minutes from Providence, RI.


We have a blood pressure clinic every other week. We have a piano available for resident use. We provide transportation to and from local grocery and drug stores, Walmart and the local pharmacy is provided via Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center. We provide a walking club and twice per week exercise classes including yoga, Zumba, sit and stretch. We have free bread and baked goods delivery twice per week. We also have a resident Service Coordinator onsite.

Pet Policy

Pets are welcome. Contact the Community Manager for more information.

Service Coordinator

Deborah Mansfield

Hours of Management Office operation:

Monday through Friday
7:00 AM – 3:30 PM

How to Apply

There are several ways to apply for residency.

  1. In-Person Application: Please stop by our Management Office for an application from our staff.

  2. Over the Phone Application Request: Please call our Management Office if you would like an application mailed to you.

  3. Email Application: Please request an application to be emailed to you by filling out the "Inquire about this Property" section with your name, phone, and email. Type your request for an emailed application in the Message box there.

The online application is not available at this moment.
  • Address 133 South Broad Street #6A
  • City Pawcatuck
  • State/county Connecticut
  • Zip/Postal Code 06379
  • Country United States

Contact Information

Stacy Cassata

Inquire About This Property

Fair Housing complaints about this property should be communicated to the local HUD office at Fort Worth Regional Office of FHEO, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 307 W. 7th Street, Suite 1000, Fort Worth, Texas 76102, Phone (800) 669-9777, TTY (817) 978-5595, Email:

Notice of Right to a Reasonable Accommodation
If you are a disabled individual who requires a change in, or exception to, a rule, policy, practice, or service to have an equal opportunity to use and enjoy our housing you may request this change as a Reasonable Accommodation. Your request can be made by contacting the Community Manager. The Community Manager will discuss the process with you and if necessary assist you in filling out a Reasonable Accommodation Request Form.

Appeal for Applicants Denied Tenancy
If your application is denied you will be notified in writing. The written notice will include:

  1. The reason the application was denied;
  2. State the applicant has the right to respond to the owner within fourteen days of the date of the denial notice to dispute in writing the denial or the applicant can request a meeting to dispute the denial and;
  3. State persons with disabilities have the right to request a reasonable accommodation to participate in the informal hearing process.
If a meeting is requested the meeting will be conducted by a staff person who was not involved in the initial decision to deny admission. Within five business days after receipt of the written response or meeting, the owner will advise the applicant in writing of the final decision on eligibility. If you feel that you have been discriminated against during this application process, please call the EHDOC main office at (954) 835-9200 and speak with Terri Hill, 504 Coordinator. Dial 711 for Voice Relay Services.

8 Reviews

(5 out of 5)
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    Marilyn Gmyr

    I love living here at Stonington Arms! I adore my wonderfully kind neighbors! They are always looking out for me. The unit was renovated upon move in with new floors, new windows and fresh paint which all add a refreshing feel here! It is very peaceful here and great access to everything I need, a pharmacy and stores right down the road. The staff is the best part of living here, they are caring and accommodating with anything that I need.

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    Linda Fish

    I feel safe and secure within this community ever since I moved here one year ago. From the time that I moved in everyone of my neighbors are a good and caring friend. Everyone looks out for one another’s safety including the office staff.

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    Kathleen Ascare

    Living here at Stonington Arms has been nothing short of wonderful. My apartment is perfect and meets all of my needs. The staff is always ready to help, and the maintenance of the grounds and units is exceptional. Every day I am thankful for my life here at Stonington Arms!

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    We love it here!

    We love it here! We get very well taken care of, we come first, all the staff are very nice. It would be tough to make ends meet if we were not lucky enough to live here on a low income that is fixed.

    Elaine and Perry Fratus.

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    I love living here

    When I moved in here I was a little depressed. I lived in my parents home, and between bills and taxes, I had nothing left to socialize. As soon as I moved into Stonington Arms I have met several people and socialize as much as I want. I love living here. I would like to mention the entire staff are fantastic, always with a smile, and ready to help the tenants out. Stacy, Deb, Heidi, and Jorge are the best!

    Cathy Moran.

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