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We love when our readers have a passion for drawing and go ahead and design their own dream mansions. Homes of the Rich reader James has put the finishing touches on his French Country/Tudor style mansion he designed in Google Sketchup. Tudors are beautiful when done well and this one is quite nice! What do you think of it? Also, if you would like to send in your own drawings, just email them to contact@homesoftherich.net!

 
  • M Harris

    Beautiful!! How many square feet?




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  • NOVA Ben

    I like it. My only two complaints would be the lack of a staircase to access the pool from the first story of the home around back, and I’d prefer more fireplaces. But those are obviously VERY minor issues. Any floor plans?




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  • Jackson

    That is amazing! The back of the house is very unique!




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  • CincyRob

    I love it! I would love to see the floorplans. That would be awesome. 10/10!




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  • DJL

    I’m not a big fan of Tudors, but I’ve got to admit there are a lot of features about this house that I really like – such as the big outdoor fireplace on the main level under the covered patio. Can’t help wondering what the inside is like, if as much planning and thought has gone into the inside as has obviously gone into the outside.

    Cheers!




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    Looks somewhat European, with a dash of American West. Sure would like to take a peak on the interior.




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  • ZigZagBoom

    Ok, well, congratulations. This is better than many McMansions featured here.
    However, as I’m always saying, at a certain point you have to stop expanding the wings…the place gets bloated looking. You either enlarge by going backward and creating courtyards, or expanding the scale. Look at the classic English manors like Hidcote or Knole. They don’t have this “distended by wings” look, even though the latter is gigantic. Mind you this only applies if you’re already mimicking a historic style. In modern architecture you can do what you darn well please.




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