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Vote for Your Favorite Homes of 2017 (So Far)

Each week we shine a spotlight on a home with unusual features, outstanding architecture or a spectacular locale. Take a look at the homes we’ve shared so far, and cast your vote for the best Houses of the Week. At the end of the year, we’ll crown the 2017 winner!

January

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Learn more: Firehouse Turned Home (Photos by Liz Bodell of Residential Properties Ltd), Farmhouse in New York (Photos by Anthony Acocella)Fairy Tale Cottage (Photos by Michael Hirsch), Snow White Cottage (Photos by Mary Eklund)

February

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Learn more: Storybook Home (Photos by Ryan Lindberg of TourFactory), Provence-Style Mansion (Photos by Adam Latham), Mansion with a Lap Pool (Photos courtesy of The Landmark Group), 233-Year-Old Home (Photos courtesy of Ruedig Realty)

March

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Learn more: Oldest Residence in Charleston (Photos by Ellis Creek Photography), LA Log Cabin (Photos by Todd Goodman of LA Light Photography), Hawaiian Paradise (Photos courtesy of Elite Pacific Properties), Paintbrush Beauty in Venice (Photos by Dan Arnold and Brandon Arant), Dallas Glass House (Photos by Charles Smith, AIA)

April

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Learn more: Converted 1900s Firehouse (Photos courtesy of Olga Soboleva), Historic Southern Manor (Photos by Adam Wayland Photography, courtesy of Frank Hardy), Lighthouse Inside a House (Photos courtesy of Phil Shepard Real Estate Photography), Hobbit-Inspired Lake House (Photos courtesy Pat O’Brien and Associates)

May

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Learn more: Buttonwood Manor (Photos courtesy of Bryan Haeffele), Clock Tower Penthouse (Photos from Zillow listing), Ocean-View Oasis (Photos by Chris Snitko), $100 Million Mansion (Photos courtesy Jim Bartsch)

June

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Learn more: Tiny Shipping Container (Photos by Cape Fear Real Estate Directory),  Historic Home With Greenhouse (Photos by Erik Hecht), Tallest Single-Family Home (Photos courtesy of Frank Aazami), Northwest Island Cabin (Photos by Kathryn Bowes), Tropical Creative Oasis (Photos courtesy of Larry Blackburn, video courtesy of Damali Phipps)

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About Garrett Borgman

I work as General Laborer. Part of my work are cleaning and preparing construction sites for the erection of structures and buildings. Unloads and loads materials, reads plans and specifications, tends machines, mixes concrete, pours concrete, and assists carpenters, operating engineers, and other construction site workers. I also perform tasks involving physical labor at building, highway, and heavy construction projects, tunnel and shaft excavations, and demolition sites.

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