LOCATED IN THE HISTORIC SUBURB OF LEXINGTON, THE DESIGN OF THIS QUEEN ANNE RESIDENCE WAS INSPIRED TO RECAPTURE THE WARMTH AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL FOUND DURING THE LATE 18TH CENTURY.  THE OPEN LAYOUT OF ROOMS EASILY ACCOMMODATES THE VARIOUS FUNCTIONS OF THE FAMILY OF SEVEN WITH MODERN DAY CONVENIENCES WHILE MAINTAINING AN INTIMACY OF SCALE.  MUCH LIKE THE FAMILY, EACH SPACE REFLECTS ITS OWN UNIQUE CHARACTER WHILE BEING CONNECTED BY SUBTLE COMMON TRAITS OF DETAILS WHICH WORK IN HARMONY TO CREATE A WHOLE.  THE EXTERIOR OF THE HOME WELCOMES IN ITS SURROUNDINGS, CONNECTING NOT ONLY ITS IMMEDIATE LANDSCAPED PROPERTY, BUT THE ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOOD.  WINDOWS ARE SCALED TO MAXIMIZE LIGHT & VIEWS WHILE BAYS AND A VARIETY OF MATERIALS WORK TO BREAK DOWN THE MASS AND PROVIDE THE SAME EASE OF SCALE FOUND IN THE INTERIOR.   CONSTRUCTION WAS COMPLETED SUMMER 2003

PARLIN RESIDENCE: LEXINGTON, MA