Vote for the Ultimate Dining Room

Browse our 12 finalists, and vote for your favorite. You could win a Kindle Fire.

Click on each photo for more information on each listing.

1 — 22,500,000 Swiss Francs  Zermatt, Switzerland

Peter Rabitz, Wetag Consulting

Located in the idyllic mountain resort and offering unparalleled luxurious living, this chalet boasts awe-inspiring views from multiple rooms.


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2 — $18,800,000 Charleston, South Carolina

Daniel Ravenel, Sotheby’s International Realty

This very fine, Federal-style home has detailed, beautiful wood and plaster work throughout. All rooms boast an unparalleled attention to detail.

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3 — $12,500,000 Snowmass, Colorado

Doug Leibinger, Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty

This finely crafted timber and stone home is graciously designed with grand spaces, and every room enjoys sights and sounds of the river nearby.

 


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4 — $10,900,000 Highland Beach, Florida

Beverly Aluise Knight, Ocean Estate Properties

A formal dining room boasts a charming barrel cove ceiling and 2 chandeliers. This opulent venue is served by a white-onyx wine-cellar alcove.

 


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5 — $8,000,000 Boston, Massachusetts

Robb Cohen, Boston Distinctive Properties

An architectural masterpiece, this home is a picture of comfort and elegance in an enviable location, across from The Boston Public Garden.

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6 — $7,900,000 Indian Wells, California

Bruce Blomgren, Blomgren and Associates

Internationally acclaimed glass artist Dale Chihuly personally designed the saltwater aquarium in the dining room and the chandelier over the table.

 


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7 — $7,500,000 Austin, Texas

Michele Turnquist, Turnquist Partners Realtors, Inc.

The interior of this home boasts marble floors, antique fixtures and views of the pool, terrace, manicured lawn and Lake Travis.

 


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8 — $5,788,800 Olympia, Washington

Jamie Michaud, Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

Enjoy breathtaking views of the beautiful Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains and the natural beauty of the wildlife.

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9 — $4,950,000 Matinecock, New York

Piping Rock Associates, Inc.

This grand estate was recently renovated to perfection. This magnificent European-inspired home offers 10,000 square feet.

 


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10 — $3,800,000 Westport, Connecticut

Melanie Smith, Prudential Connecticut Realty

The gracious dining room of this 1900 Colonial has a fireplace, corner cabinets and French doors leading out to a patio dining courtyard.

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11 — $1,495,000 Roslyn, Washington

Chris Doucet, Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

From the earthy twine wrapped chandelier to its many other fine features, this country home with mountain vistas brings the outside in.

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12 — $1,075,000 Charles Town, West Virginia

Carolyn Snyder, Snyder Bailey and Associates Real Estate

This dining room was used as Abraham Lincoln’s office in the recent Spielberg movie, “Lincoln.” It features a Waterford chandelier.

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