Hi everyone! This is our first ever “Homes of the Rich Awards”. We are giving out awards for many different categories including “Home of the Year” and “Favorite Amenity”. Vote now! Results will be revealed September 15.

* WHEN YOU CLICK SUBMIT, AN EMAIL FORM WILL POP UP. CLICK SEND * (This will send me your results)

HOTR Home of the Year:

Stone Mansion – Alpine, NJ

Le Palais du Couchant – Beverly Hills, CA

Versailles – Windermere, FL

The Manor – Holmby Hills, CA

HOTR Favorite Residential Amenity:

Indoor Swimming Pool

2 Lane Bowling Alley

Home Theater

Spa

Gym

Indoor Racquetball Court

HOTR Ultimate Location:

Beverly Hills, CA

Palm Beach, FL

Greenwich, CT

Highland Park, TX

Aspen, CO

Alpine, NJ

Southampton, NY

HOTR Style of Home:

Mediterranean

Contemporary

French Chateau

Colonial

Neoclassical

Shingle

HOTR Top Architect Firm:

Landry Design Group

Zampolin & Associates

Robert A. M. Stern

John Henry Architect AIA

ADAM Architects

Harrison Design Associates

  • Daniel

    Out of those listed, definitely Landry Design. But I think Jeffrey W. Smith really is one of the best in the world. http://smitharchitecturalgroup.com/

    2nd favorite is either Hablinski or Manion. No idea why they decided to divorce the company but either one works.




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  • kieran

    When I submit this it goes str8 to email?




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    • Kenny Forder

      yeah, just click “Send” and your results will be sent to my email.




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      • kieran

        Yay done. Sent from my work email, eek! lol




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  • tay

    You have Highland park, TX but not Greenwich, Ct??? I have never seen a place with as many mansions and prestigious wealth as G-Wich, except for prob the platinum triangle of LA of course…or maybe the Hamptons…




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  • Tay

    Thx for putting it on lol…Sry if i sounded demanding. 🙁




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    • Kenny Forder

      no problem at all.




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      • Swimmer

        Thanks! I love you you support interaction on your blog!




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        • Kenny Forder

          thanks =)




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  • Jason

    Robert Stern blows Landry Design out of the water- no contest. one of Landry Design most beautiful works is a smaller (8,000 sq. ft) home in Pacific Palisades as Los Angeles Magazine’s dream home. His other mega behemoths just don’t have grace and refinement. But yes, Jeffrey Smith is a standout architect and one of the best classicist. In LA, it’s Richardson Robertson and Mark Appleton all the way.




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  • Jason

    just looked at a few architect sites from above- Zampolin & Associates and John Henry Architect AIA shouldn’t be uttered in the same breath as the others. eewwwww!




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  • kieran

    Interest to know how you selected the options for home of the year????




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    • Kenny Forder

      basically just picked the most talked about, expensive homes that have recently gone on the market, except for The Manor (went on the market last year)




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