House of the Day (Reader's Choice): Rehoboth Beach Beauty

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To kick off this week's set of awesome Houses of the Day, we have a one-of-a-kind beach home that's picked by, well, you. (Thanks to all who voted for 1 Hazzlett St. on Facebook!)

Considering how cool this Hamptons-style, 8,399-square-foot Delaware beach house is (it even has a bell tower), the result didn't exactly shock us. With flawless wood-paneled and vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, 4,300 feet of outdoor decking and it's supreme location on Rehoboth Beach, it's a stunning waterfront home that's refreshingly devoid of any Malibu pretention. AOL Real Estate readers, you did us proud!

Want to call this sweet piece of real estate your home? Well, all you high rollers and big spenders, be prepared to fork over a cool $7.5 million.

As for the rest of us, we'll have to make do with drooling over these pictures.

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House of the Day (Reader's Choice): Rehoboth Beach Beauty

Bryce Lingo and Shaun Tull have the listing.

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