MIDDLETOWN — Sean Spicer has purchased a home in Middletown, according to town records.

The former White House press secretary and his wife, Rebecca M. Spicer, bought the property at 78 Tuckerman Ave. from J. Michael Hill and Leisa V. Hill of Jamestown for $795,000.

That's not far from 63 Tuckerman Ave., a colonial four-bedroom home former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his wife, Lori, purchased in 2001. Flynn served as national security adviser from Jan. 23 to Feb. 13, 2017.

The grantee listed on the document that was signed on Jan. 2 has an address of 2308 Mt. Vernon Ave., Suite 415 in Alexandria, Virginia. That same address is listed on Spicer’s website, SeanSpicer.com.

The Cape Cod-style home located in the Easton’s Point neighborhood has seven rooms, four bedrooms and three bathrooms with a square footage of 1,774, according to Realtor.com. It was built in 1950. The lot size is 3,920 square feet.

The home, which had been a rental property, was last sold in 2004 for $321,000, according to Zillow.com. It also was sold in 2002 for $200,000.

Town records indicate the Spicers took out a 30-year mortgage for $636,000 from National Bank in McLean, Virginia.

An attempt to contact Spicer through an email listed on his website for media inquiries was unsuccessful.

Spicer, 47, is no stranger to Aquidneck Island. He was born on Long Island in New York — his birth announcement appeared in the Sept. 25, 1971 edition of The Daily News — and raised in Barrington, before graduating from Portsmouth Abbey School with the Class of 1989. In 2012, he earned a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College in Newport.

In July 2018, Spicer made a public appearance at Barnes & Noble in Middletown to promote his book, “The Briefing: Politics, The Press, and The President.”

Spicer’s time in the White House was short-lived. He was named press secretary on Dec. 22, 2016 and resigned July 21, 2017 in protest after President Donald Trump hired financier and old business friend Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director, a job Scaramucci held for just 11 days.