I was wondering something……..Which Homes of the Reader owns/lives in the biggest house out of all the other readers? Aren’t you guys just a tad bit curious?! Well, if you are a reader of Homes of the Rich and would like show everyone else where you live, please do! Send me a picture of you in front of your house. I’ll then post up all of the submissions and we can finally see which Homes of the Rich reader lives in the biggest house! I know for a fact that some of my readers live in VERY nice homes. So, let’s see them!!

Send your pics to kenny17995@yahoo.com

  • Chance

    It’s not me 😛

    3,900 sq ft in Houston FTW!




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  • Marcus

    Under 1500 sq ft so it sure is not me. LOL




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  • Sebastian

    me, under 10, 000 surely not me.




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  • Daniel

    Ain’t me now :(. One day it WILL be me 😉




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  • Stewie

    I currently live in one of my university’s dorm rooms haha. So it’s obviously not me either. My parents house is around 2,500 sq ft so not that big either.




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  • Onions

    I reside in the Avila Estate. It is one of the many exclussive 2-bd, 2-ba apartment plans in the lucrative suburbs of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. The main residence comprises of 900 vast square feet, however sometimes this can be considered 950 square feet on some nights when I come home drunk, locked out and find myself forced to sleep on the patio. Several stunning addtional features include:

    -a couch
    -electric stove embedded with complimentary burnt tortilla crisps
    -washer/dryer with rumbling dryer that can match most musical beats
    -carpet stains that offer my guests their favorite rorschach gaming activities
    -freeway noise, often comparable to most river-front estates
    -a mailbox
    -a community pool of drunks
    -a community gym, complete with the natural fragrance of O ‘de Sweat.
    -decibal generous walling, perfect for listening in on neighbors’ sex romps
    -carport parking, complete with extensive black widow collection
    -walking distance to several bars that typically forgive your debacherous activities and allow you to return to the premise within a month.




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    • Chance

      Your comment has made my day, which to this point wasn’t that great, time for a nap…..




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    • Stewie

      lol gd comment




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      • Marcus

        OTFLMAO – Thank you. I need that after the day I have had.




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  • Onions

    as a disclaimer, that last feature has not been verified but will be put to the test….in about a month.




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  • Brandon

    Not me – My house is only 3,700 square ft




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  • James

    Not me either, my house is only 360,000 sq in.




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  • architect 121

    my newly built house is 7,500 sqft but currently I am visiting my in-laws in Toronto and won’t be back for another month so until then I can’t send a picture. Sorry.




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    • Chance

      The house you lived in before was 14,000 though right? I could be thinking of someone else.




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      • architect 121

        yes, we downsized, it was just too big for us. I designed it to feel smaller and more livable, but it always felt like we were living in a hotel, too many rooms that were underutilized. Our new home is much more comfortable and livable, and all of my five children’s rooms are designed exactly the same as they were in the old house, so they don’t mine. My wife and I are sharing one master bathroom again, before we each had our own. Besides that, all we really gave up was an indoor pool, arcade, an extra guest room (we had two in our old house) My library/office/ billiard room was tremendously down sized, but I really didn’t need all that space. Before I actually had two offices, one where I could meet with clients (the library) and a smaller one with my drafting table off the master suite. Now I only have one office, but I love my new home so much more than my old one..




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        • Chance

          It’s cool that you have the flexibility to do that. I just got my house last June, it’s nothing I had built or anything but I’m proud of where I’m at so far. I’ve always thought about one day building a 30,000 square foot house or something like that but I don’t really see myself as someone who could enjoy it or need it. I think a 10,000 square foot house with a 40 car garage (I’m a car nut) would be perfect for me 🙂




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          • architect 121

            Well, actually i’m usually pretty conservative when it comes to spending, and I wouldn’t have ever dreamed of selling that home because we had lived there for less than two years, but a former client of mine who had become very good friends toured my home and asked if I was interested in selling. He had a beautiful lot he purchased as an investment so we basically traded. He bought the house at under market value (I still made a profit) and I bought his lot to build my REAL dream home. I had already drawn up several sketch plans for our next home, because I realized we weren’t comfortable where we were, so I just adjusted the plans to fit the lot, and we started building He was kind enough to let us live in the home until construction was complete. We finished about a month ago.




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  • Marie

    Definitely not me my town home is up for sale and it comes in at 1,174 sq feet according to county records.




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  • My home is 1,368 square feet. It is paradise!

    Until I become a millionaire and build my own mega-mansion.




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  • Nalin

    I’m in college and don’t own a home, but my family’s home (in which I live) is 16,000 sq ft in Potomac, MD.




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    • Chance

      What type of house is it? Tudor, French, Modern etc?




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      • Nalin

        traditional (has traditional crystal chandeliers, mahogany library, marble floors and traditional furniture), but with a modern feel (built in 2002) kitchen is granite and stainless steel, full security automation (lights, cameras, motion sensors, control from iphones, ceiling speakers, touchscreen controls in walls), wall mounted plasmas, has custom modern chandeliers. Its traditional enough that my parents love it, but modern enough that I love it.




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        • Stewie

          Nalin you are one lucky son of a bitch 😛




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        • Chance

          Sounds like something I should see for myself! Invite me for a visit Nalin 🙂




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  • Lane

    My parents house is ~13,000 sq ft in Florida.

    I still live there, but we are on vacation right now so i cant get a pic, i might have one somewhere on my computer but i doubt it. I will be home in a couple days so I will get one then.




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  • LimoTony

    Mine is 2,618 sq. ft. (4 bedroom/3 bathroom). Has living and dining room and family room. One of the bedrooms can be used as a den.

    Not a small house but not huge, either. Built in 1964.




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  • Caleb

    7,700 sq.ft.




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