Stone and Stucco Colonial

Petrini Corporation constructed this elegant home as part of a planned homeowners community. Situated on a private rural road, the property overlooks the Charles River allowing for beautiful views inside and out. With approximately 3500 square feet, this luxury home was built with modern amenities to meet the highest standards for the benefit of the homeowners.

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Contemporary French Colonial

This is a contemporary French colonial that was tastefully designed by Architect Patrick Ahearn and customized during construction for the homeowner in the Hutter Ridge Road Estates. It is approximately 9000 square feet on four finished floors with 6 bathrooms. A complete landscaping package was included in the 1-acre parcel including the implementation of an outdoor spa and kitchen.

Contemporary Colonial

This contemporary colonial with a wood shingled roof and cap siding was designed by architect Patrick Ahearn.  Customized to suit the buyers, we were able to design and build out the approximately 7000 square feet of living space with all the amenities needed for the couple who were transitioning to their new life as empty nesters.

Expanded Contemporary Cape

With a focus more on lifestyle than amenities, Petrini Corporation built this expanded contemporary cape with approximately 3500 square feet of living space, with 6500 square feet of space overall. Designed by Architect Patrick Ahearn, the custom design process was based on his award-winning House of the Year Design. Finished with shingle and stone veneer, the expanded cape was custom built as one floor. Petrini Corporation completed all the landscape and exterior design along with the construction.

Center Entry Colonial

This home builds on the tradition of the center entry colonial in the New England landscape. It is a substantial home of over 8000 square feet but not an imposing one. It is comfortable, familiar, and warm. The structure is a study in proportion and scale with materials chosen to evoke permanence such as stone, shingles and clapboard. Architect: Jeffrey Yates