It’s time to start thinking of your trip to the beach! A prime ocean view is a bit of an obligation. Given the price of oceanview property, which of course, they aren’t making any more of, the onus is on the builder and architect to craft a home that is both livable and delivers on the promise of a jaw-dropping vista.


Jerusalem Road in Cohasset on Massachusetts’ South Shore has many homes that capture the classic look of a New England estate. Cohasset is a charming seaside town that offers many of the benefits of nearby Cape Cod but without as much of the tourist traffic (and no long wait to cross the bridge). This home, freshly built this year by Patrick Ahearn Architect and Fabrizio Construction, is a custom collaboration on a shingle style masterpiece with ocean views from 15 of 19 rooms!


Give her one acre and 4200 square feet of living space, where she can go blackberry picking anytime — well, except in winter — or walk-out of the basement right to 230 feet of deep, bold ocean frontage with beautiful rock ledges that enable fishing for mackerel, blues and stripers, just steps from your door! (Fish every night for dinner!) Spacious open floor plan and spectacular panoramic sunset/water views from every room: 2+ bedrooms; 3.5 baths; 17’ windows and 20’+ ceilings in great/dining room; radiant heat; low-voltage lighting; computer and home theatre wiring. The gourmet kitchen with soapstone counters gets morning and afternoon sun, cherry custom cabinetry and maple staircases, balcony; bamboo, tile and polished concrete floors — makes sweeping the floors seem like being on a boat! Charming stone walls, patio, cottage gardens, birch trees  & blackberries galore! 2-story, 2-car garage/shop heated and wired for large tools – maybe we’ll hold this one for Father’s Day!  Quiet neighborhood, private drive. Walk to museums, restaurants and the lighthouse. Make this a second home, it may well end up being your ONLY home. Has been reduced to $1,490,000 for premier Maine waterfront… I want to go to sleep at night listening to the surf crashing!