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Arlington House
The Home of Robert E.Lee
The grounds became Arlington National Cemetery
Belcourt Castle
The Summer Mansion of Oliver Belmont
American Rothchild banking heir
Belmont Mansion
The Home of William Peters
In Philadelphia
Biltmore Estate
Built by George Vanderbilt
The largest private home in the US, it is located outside Asheville, North Carolina
Boldt Castle
Located on Heart Island(New York)
In the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence River
The Breakers
Owned by the Preservation Society of Newport County
Is a Vanderbilt mansion located on Ochre Point Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island
Camp Pine Knot
Located on Raquette Lake
In the Adirondack Mts of NY state, it was the first "Adirondack Great Camp"
Eames House
The Residence of Charles & Ray Eames
Is a landmark of mid-20th century modern architecture located at 203 North Chautauqua Boulevard in the Pacific Palisades neighbourhood of LA, California
Elephant House
The House of Edward Gorey
Is located in Cape Cod
A House in Bear Run, Pennsylvania
A Frank Lloyd Wright designed house
Glessner House
Is a Family House Located at 1800 S.Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Designed by architect Henry Hobson Richards and built in 1886
Gracie Mansion
The Official Residence of New York's Mayor
Grange Estate
Is a Historic Mansion in Haverford, Pennsylvania
Built in 1700
Hearst Castle
The Grand Mansion of Publisher William Randolph Hearst
At San Simeon, California
House of Seven Gables
The Home of Author Nathaniel Hawthorne
In Salem, Massachusetts
Hull House
Janes Adams' Settlement House for Immigrants and the Poor
In Chicago, Illinois
Lovell House
Built by Richard Neutra
Built between 1927-1929 at 4616 Dundee Drive in LA, California
The Personal House of Thomas Jefferson
Mount Vernon
The Residence of President George Washington
In Alexandria, Virginia
The Home of Musician Michael Jackson
In Santa Barbara County, California
The Playboy Mansion
Hugh Hefner's Mansion
Magazine publisher
Rose Hill
A Restored Greek Revival Mansion
A National Historic Landmark on Seneca Lake near Geneva, New York
The White House
The Residence of the President of the U.S.A.
Winchester Mystery House
The Home of Sara Winchester
The Winchester Rifle heiress
Wrigley Mansion
The Former Home of William Wrigley Jr
Of the famous chewing gum company, now headquarters of the Tournament of Roses Association in Pasadena, California

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