This 25,000 square foot mega-mansion is being built in Utah by a Homes of the Rich reader. It will boast 7 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, elevator, 5-car garage with guest suite above, home theater, gym, conservatory with jacuzzi, rock climbing wall, indoor basketball court underneath the garage, a 2-story master closet, and much more. I can’t wait to see what it will look like upon completion!!

  • Daniel

    What does this HOTR reader do for a living? I may need to look into it…




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  • Swimmer

    That is a really nice, crisp, clean-looking home! Can’t wait to see the interior




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  • Brett

    Thanks guys! I design custom homes as a passion but I own a FOREX (foreign currency) trading software with two other partners




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    • Venom

      Looks good.
      I like the curved staircase in the turret by the front door.
      The next house I build will have that.
      What program did you use to design it?




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  • Stewie

    Not really my taste. I don’t like castle-y homes that much, and this one appears to have pink in it too, which is rather odd. Don’t like it so much, but then again, these are only computer images, so maybe when it’s finished it will look great! Well done Brett, this is YOUR dream home and you’re building it! Congrats! I wish I’ll be in your position one day.




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  • Grrrowler

    Interesting looking house. It reads like several smaller structures clustered together. I’d be curious to see it finished with landscaping. Any floor plans you can let us ogle?




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  • Swimmer

    I would LOVE to see some floor plans!




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  • Brett

    I emailed Kenny some floor plans for him to post so hopefully he can get those up soon. I used AutoCAD Revit 2010 to model the home. I appreciate all the comments. Let’s me know what I’m doing right and what I’m doing wrong




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  • This is why I created the blog name: organbrett (I love pipe organs). I just knew someday someone would come along with a lot more money with “my” name, Brett.

    Congratulations Brett, you have designed a very nice home for yourself! I’d love to live in 8,000 – 15,000 square feet. I live in 800 sq. ft. right now with more room at my studio across town. I got meningitis from a doctor’s office, had a seizure in the hospital waiting room and Voila, suddenly I woke up in quarantine and had broken my back in 3 places. I went back to work for 2 more years and then started needing one back surgery after another. I went back to work after the first operation, but am quite useless these days now that the last operation was not a success. Suffice it to say, I am very POOR these days. But I am VERY HAPPY for other’s successes. Thanks Brett for sharing your home with us. I look forward to seeing the floorplans as well as more photos taken during and after construction. 🙂




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    • Stewie

      Healthcare costs are out of control in the US; it really is a disgrace how in a 1st world country healthcare can still completely ruin people financially. It’s high time the Obama-reform took effect so hardworking Americans who happen to become sick can get treated at affordable prices! Europe does this rather well. I’ve been living in the UK for quite a few years now, and have used the NHS and can tell you that while it’s FAR from perfect, at least you get the treatment you need and won’t go broke because of it. Though I mostly go private, the NHS gives you hundreds of discounts, especially if you’re a child or still a student (like me). I’m glad healthcare reform has finally happened in America and important steps have been taken to reform our disgraceful system. organbrett all the best to you buddy, you seem like such a nice guy!




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      • Thanks Stewie! I really am! It is really interesting for me to read about NH from someone who really knows! I’ve heard mostly from people here in the US that don’t have a clue. BTW – I was first forced to go bankrupt after having been in an accident where my femur was crushed and then a passenger in a car where it was broken again. I was paying the hospitals, doctors, helicopter, fire dept, etc (the accident happened just a mile or so from my county line) and finally a year later I owed them more than I did before – because of added interest. That’s when I finally had exhausted all my savings, lost everything that I finally went bankrupt.

        When almost 3 years after my back was broken, it happened all over again and everything I had worked for was again taken away. All because of health. When people say, “It can’t happen to me”, I say, “It can, if you don’t have GOOD health insurance!”




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