These two newly built mansions are located in Heath, TX.

Mansion #1 – Pictures #1,2,3,4 – This newly built mansion is located off of Crisp Drive and boasts a swimming pool with pool house, guest house and 2 ponds.

Mansion #2 – Pictures #5,6,7,8 – This newly built mansion is located on Buffalo Way Road and boasts 2 ponds.

  • Daniel

    A perfect example of useless acreage that cheapens the look of both homes.




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    • Plain J.

      That is well said.




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  • Tony

    Looking at the comments for any house, you’d get the impression that this site isn’t about admiring and learning about extravagant real estate. You’d think it’s a critique of every home. When they are listed, we KNOW its overpriced. We KNOW 95% of the time the outside looks cheap. We KNOW 99% of the time the inside looks nothing like would each individual would call home.

    When each person on this site gets their $30 house, just show us the house you live in. If the multi-millionaires that live in these houses wanted to change them, they very well could. And if so much is found wrong with them, why do people still come back and post that only what they don’t like. There are so many things to be said about each house, but whatever people choose to point out usually comes out as negative and a complaint.

    There’s my rant.




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    • Daniel

      Considering I could list 10 things wrong with ANY house (even my dream house) you throw at me, I feel obligated to respond.

      In my eyes, HOTR is not a place where people come to trash design choices, architectural styles, marketing schemes, laughable asking prices, horrible location choices, etc. For me, it’s a place where I can freely express MY opinion about each home presented as it is. I personally do not care whether or not people agree or disagree with my opinion – it’s an opinion, you can never be wrong. For some odd reason, people seem to think that my criticism comes off as jealousy. Sure, I’m jealous that I currently cannot afford any house on this site. I’m jealous that people who do have the money make [in my eyes] poor decisions. But what difference would it make if I had the money to afford the home? I’d still have the same exact opinion about it. Having the money to afford the house doesn’t entitle me to criticize more, just like not having the money means I can criticize it less. I don’t really know what you expect from an open forum with anonymous commenters. If my opinions somehow manage to offend someone on this site (whether its other commenters or even the homeowners), or come off as overly negative, so what? Are you going to curl up in a ball and cry? Based on some of the homes we have seen, I would curl up in a ball and cry knowing I actually paid for it.

      To make a long story short, I sometimes am shocked, dumbfounded, stupified, etc. by the opinions of some other commenters on this site. How could he/she/they love/hate this house, that house, etc? But I also find it refreshing that there are people out there that can and do freely express their opinion on a topic that I am passionate about. It’s entertaining to see the various opinions on a single home, whether they are all negative comments, all positive, or a mixture. Instead of ranting about the supposed negativity on the site Tony, rant about the homes!




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  • Iemand

    The first place has enough infrastructure for a small town, why do you Americans have so much paving?




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  • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

    Mansion #2 was completely destroyed by a massive fire. I think that happened in 2009 or 2010.




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  • John Burgdorf (North Texas Luxury)

    Here’s video of the fire:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRMam0P52iQ




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    • Al Robinson

      WOW! Some homes must be cursed.




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    • Iemand

      Although I don’t like the house, that’s always a sad sight.
      But just see those walls, flimsy stuff. Love brick homes…




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