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Patrick Ahearn Architect

160 Commonwealth Ave, Ste L3
Boston, MA 02166
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Patrick Ahearn Architect
Patrick Ahearn, Principal

Patrick Ahearn, FAIA, founding principal of Patrick Ahearn Architect, specializes in historically motivated architecture and interior design.

Over the last forty-four years, his volume of finely crafted and detailed residential work spans a multitude of classical styles of architecture from city town houses to island homes. 

With offices both in the historic Back Bay neighborhood of Boston and in Edgartown, on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, these provide a rich fertile background for the creation of classical timeless architecture, appropriate and in scale to each locale.

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