Chelsea Conley

You should talk to Chelsea. 

A third-generation seacoast native, Chelsea Conley's passion for Real Estate is deeply rooted in her seacoast upbringing.

Born and raised in Rye, NH - her family resides in the thriving communities of Rye, Portsmouth, Exeter, Greenland, and Dover.  

She graduated from Northfield Mount Hermon School in 2010 and studied business and biology at Portland University. 

Her disposition in the industry began managing projects with her fiancé, Ian Mickey.  Ian is a licensed contractor and finish-carpenter, working with DD Cook Builders on the [...]

You should talk to Chelsea. 

A third-generation seacoast native, Chelsea Conley's passion for Real Estate is deeply rooted in her seacoast upbringing.

Born and raised in Rye, NH - her family resides in the thriving communities of Rye, Portsmouth, Exeter, Greenland, and Dover.  

She graduated from Northfield Mount Hermon School in 2010 and studied business and biology at Portland University. 

Her disposition in the industry began managing projects with her fiancé, Ian Mickey.  Ian is a licensed contractor and finish-carpenter, working with DD Cook Builders on the seacoast.



Chelsea's strength is in her network. Partnering with the local experts, she can find your answers fast, discrete, and CORRECT.

From running a valuation report on your home, executing a luxury real estate listing, or homes for sale on the seacoast- Chelsea helps navigate the waters. She advocates for her clients in all the developing stages of Real Estate.

Trust, communication, and authenticity are intangible and invaluable assets working with you and your property. 

By joining with Madden Group and RE/MAX Rising Tide, Chelsea is poised perfectly in the seacoast community to your home advantage. 

Where-ever you live on the Seacoast
and wherever you are in real estate
Chelsea is always here.

Fun Fact:

Her father grew up at the iconic Portsmouth Waterfront's “Pink House.” Adjoined on the lawn of the Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion, on the banks of Little Harbor. Initially built by J. Templeman Coolidge as an artist retreat for the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

It is also the first known location of Lilacs in America!

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