That car, to me, is what your house is to you.
That car is to me what your house is to you.
Are both the above sentences grammatically correct? Do they mean the same thing?
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I would consider both sentences correct.
The parenthesised to me in the first one is rather unusual and puts a strong emphasis on this part, i.e., that this point of view is yours and probably limited to you.