2014 Homes of the Year

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By Jennifer Adamson and Savannah Waszczuk
Photos by Jeremy Mason Mcgraw, James Maidhof and Randy Colwell

Earlier this summer, we invited southwest Missouri builders to show us their very best work for our annual Homes of the Year contest. The entries were plentiful, including nearly 20 top-notch homes that were all well worthy of the honor. Next, a panel of judges narrowed the list down to the five best in four price categories. The winning homes range in style, featuring everything from clean lines and modern color palettes to chunky wooden beams and one-of-a-kind rustic touches. From a stately English Manor to a home boasting a plethora of Old-World flare, these homes are among the most beautiful we’ve ever featured. Check them out, learn the details and start planning your own dream-worthy space.

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