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    jim

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    Deal or no deal? No deal, thanks.
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      Kenny Forder

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      HAHA =P
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    Daniel

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    Ewww. Concrete jungles. Interior of the second one belongs in a different home.
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    Grrrowler

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    I think it’s great how house #1 apparently required little to no creative thought both inside and out. As Daniel pointed out, the interior of #2 does not belong this this shell.
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    Limedaiquar

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    Wow #2 looks….terrible.
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    Don

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    I didn’t know the Hampton Inn co. also made houses.
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      Kenny Forder

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      LOL, that bad huh? =P
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        lambskin

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        I though the exact thing!
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    Michael

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    What is in front of house #1?
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      Daniel

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      Tennis court in disrepair.
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        NOVA Ben

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        Yeah, you’d think putting a tennis court right outside your front door would be enough motivation to keep it looking presentable, but apparently it’s not.
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    NOVA Ben

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    Gross and grosser.
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    Tay

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    Wow, I clicked on the architects site and saw they designed one of the nicest waterfront homes in Greenwich, 120 Field Point Circle (Norman House on their portfolio) which sold for $30 Mil last year. They have some impressive homes on their resume. I found some better pictures on zillow: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/120-Field-Point-Cir-Greenwich-CT-06830/57308509_zpid/
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