Here is info on some mansions that I found.

Mansion #1 – Picture #1 – This newly built mansion is located off of Cox Road in Roswell, GA. It boasts a long gated driveway, a walking path and two tennis courts. The coordinates are 34° 5’20.77″N 84°22’50.45″W

Mansion #2 – Pictures #2,3,4 – This 20,000+ square foot mansion is located on Sargent Street in Newton, MA. It was designed by the Architecture Department of The Classic Group from Lexington Mass, a now defunct design build firm. It is owned by James S. Davis, who is the CEO/Owner of New Balance shoes. He bought the company in 1972 and n 2006 he was ranked the 8th wealthiest Bostonian with a net worth of $1.6 billion.

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Mansion #3 – Pictures #5,6,7 – This newly built mansion is located off of Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, CA. It was designed by Ferguson & Shamamian Architects. It is owned by Howark Marks, the founder of Oak Tree Capital.

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Mansion #4 – Picture #8 – This huge newly built mansion is located on Barkston Way in Alpharetta, GA. It supposedly has a huge subterranean garage and is over 25,000 square feet.

*Thanks to HOTR readers Nick and Lane for the tips

  • Daniel

    Mansion #3 is my favorite, but I think the interior is a little too subdued. The living room is especially dull and gloomy. And the exterior windows look very cheap/thin, similar to what you would see on a movie set. I would have like to see them more recessed into the home.




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  • sean

    Mansion #4/Picture #8 is really 25,000 ft? hmm




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    • Doug

      Yeah I would have to say I find it next to impossible that house is 25,000 square feet, unless you count that supposed subterranean garage. And while these people may love to count their garage in square footage to make their house bigger, garages are not generally counted in the square footage of a house. Even basements are usually only counted if they are very finished, and by that I mean more than just some carpeting and a drop ceiling.




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  • Iemand

    2 tennis courts….

    …that’s something usefull…




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    • Doug

      …..it is actually if you play tennis for two reasons. One, there are different surfaces of tennis courts, each one plays very differently.
      (clay, grass, hard(concrete/acrylic)) Two, if you want to have Any kind of competition between a large group of family/friends it would be far more ideal to have two courts. Since it appears that these courts are attached and of the same material I would assume it is for the latter reason. And besides they’re of the same material, in the same spot, and attached. So the difference in cost of these two courts vs. just one court is pretty minimal. As a tennis player I can tell you that this actually IS a very useful feature if you are an avid tennis player and have lots of friends that are also.




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      • NOVA Ben

        Good point, no harm in spending a minimal amount extra to have two courts it it’s something you’ll use, though I doubt the new owner will appreciate it as much.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Not a fan of the Malibu place…it looks pretty cheap to me. The Newton home is beautiful, but perhaps a little too formal for my taste, although the architect is one of my favorites. The satellite photos don’t really tell me anything other than what the footprint of the home is like, so I’d have to suspend judgment on those.




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    • Nick

      Cheap? I don’t think so…The owner is a powerful billionaire, the architects are in the AD 100 2012 list, so I wouldn’t say that it’s pretty cheap. The exterior is remarkably beautiful and elegant, usual perfection from AD architects.The details are stunning.As for the interior , I deem that it’s indeed subdued, but that’s it. It’s not a vivid interior, but it’s neither cheap or ugly.Expensive simplicity are the magic words to describe it.




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      • NOVA Ben

        I should have been more specific…the facade of the home I find to be plain and uninteresting. I admit that that does not translate to cheap, but that’s the effect the facade photo had on me. When I wrote my comment, I had not seen the interior pics, which are admittedly very attractive and tasteful. It’s just the facade that doesn’t appeal to me personally.




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      • Venom

        Are there any billionaires that are not powerful?




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  • Marie

    Wish we had more pictures for house #8 like others not really convinced it’s actually 25,000 square feet.




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  • lambskin

    I love #2. Lot looks small as you can see neighbor parking on two sides.




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  • Eero

    The #2 Newton house was incorrectly attributed to Shope. It was in fact designed by the architectural department of The Classic Group, a now defunct design build from Lexington, Mass. The Design Director of the Classic Group and the other senior architect on the project had previously worked for Ferguson and Shamamian the architects of Mansion #3.




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