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    Kenny Forder

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    I think you guys already know my answer! ;) lol
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    Grrrowler

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    Hands down, #3.
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    Mike F

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    Even though I know John Henry (architect of number 2 mansion) I will say number 3. But I like both.
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    Marie

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    Co-sign with everyone else no.3
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    Joseph

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    I would not choose #1. I would rather live in a landfill than live in Las Vegas. Mansion #4 is thrown away for obvious reasons. That leaves #3 and #4. I choose #3 because of the four, it is the least ugly, cartoonish, and is the most understated and stylish as well as being in the best location by far.
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    mak

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    Chiltern. Nothing else matters.
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    Iemand

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    That first house is a real house??? Looks like something on ‘The Sims’ game… Me to, #3. See you in a couple of months again ;)
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    marc22

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    #3 – By any measure. It does have the best location, close to NYC on Long Isalnd’s north shore and situated high on a hill overlooking Long Island Sound with inherited landscaping by Olmsted. #1 – Is that house really that white? Plus it’s 120 degrees outside. #2 – Is trying way too hard to stand out #4 – Nice retirement getaway?
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    lambskin

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    #3 then #4 for the winter
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    LisaM

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    The Ranch – lived there for years – heaven on earth, an art board (to keep property values high) , historic, quaint, horse trails, quick drive to the ocean – perfect weather. Hands down. (Better future resale value)
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