Picture #1 – These two mansions are located off of Clark Hill Road in Glastonbury, CT.

Picture #2 – This Normandy style mansion is located on Forest Hill Irene Road in Germantown, TN. It is one of the largest homes in the city. It contains a 4-car garage and a swimming pool. The 14,654 square foot home contains 5 bedrooms and 6 full and 4 half bathrooms. It was designed by Larry Belk Designs.

Pictures #3,4 – This large mansion is located above Acorn Ridge Road in South Glastonbury, CT. It is on the market for $5,999,000. It contains 5 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, and 12,872 square feet of living space.

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Picture #5 – These two mansions are located at 5990 W Patrick Road in Las Vegas, NV. They are both owned by Todd Slusher, the President of Southwest Homes. The home on the left has over 20,000 square feet of living space.

Pictures #6,7 – This modern mansion is located at 9501 Orient Express in Las Vegas, NV. The 17,491 square foot house contains 5 bedrooms, 9.2 bathroom, an indoor racquetball court, an indoor basketball court, and an ifinity edged swimming pool. It was purchased by Kenneth Black in February of 2006 for $14,000,000.

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Picture #8 – This large mansion is located at 9511 Kings Gate Court in Las Vegas, NV. The 15,816 square foot house was built in 2003 and has 8 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. Gary Tharaldson bought the home for $12,000,000 back in 2007. Gary is an entrepreneur who founded the Tharaldson Companies which had a portfolio of 130 hotels until it was sold.

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  • Anonymous

    Beautiful area.
    The house with the wraparound garage is pretty sweet.




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  • Anonymous

    9501 Orient Express didn’t impress me from the exterior photos, but after looking at the interior I can say that it is truly an amazing home.




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  • nc

    I really like the way the larger of the two homes in the first picture has the passthrough and the garage entrances from the back. It creates the look of a MUCH larger house from the front. I actually like the smaller home more though.




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  • Anonymous

    if i'm not mistaken the one on the left is home of the Anagnos', owners of City Fish, and the larger one on the right is the Capassos, Mr. Capasso's company did the flooring for Mohegan Sun. The large tower is actually an elevator for his 7 ferraris. I only know this because I'm from Glastonbury




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  • Kenny

    thanks for the info! wow, 7 ferraris!!! lol




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  • Chance

    I don’t like the all white exterior of 9501 OEC, but the interior is awesome, I can live with the all white!




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