“The rich are different from you and me,” F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said. As for me, I’m never quite sure where the upper-middle-class ends, and the rich begin. According to the Internet, this Gilded Age mansion in New Jersey is valued at a little over a million dollars, about the same price as a studio apartment in Palo Alto, California. If I had to guess who lives here, I’d say it was a well-off dentist, not a member of the one percent. It must cost a fortune to heat.