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