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10 Unbelievable Houses

There are plenty of beautiful historical homes that are simply breathtaking that are must see’s than there are homes that are not only must see homes but they are just amazing in their originality. Sometimes it can be hard to really wrap your head around the luxury, construction and design of some of these homes because they boggle the mind.

Biltmore Estates, NC USA

The Biltmore Estates is a historical property that functions now as a museum/hotel. It is one of America’s original mansions and rivals even the most elaborate castles in Europe. It is a 175,000 square foot home that sits on over 8000 acres. Built by he Vanderbuilt’s as a summer residence in the foothills of the North Carolina moutains.

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The Breakers, RI USA

The Breakers is another Vanderbuilt property that is simply amazing. This castle like structure is considered the grandest property in Newport. Today it functions as a museum and a monument to the families wealth that was long ago established.

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The White House DC, USA

The White House is a national monument but it is also a private residence that obviously is still very much in use today. Each president adds their own special touch with renovations and redecorating.

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Walter Mc Cune Mansion AZ,USA

This 52,000 square foot mansion was built by an oil tycoon and is currently home to the Hormel foods heiress. It sits on 6 acres of property and is considered one of America’s most elaborate private residences.

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Dagmara Obluska Warsaw, Poland

If you want to be amazed by architecture than you must see he Dagmara Obluska which was built with the intention of having a minimal roof and frame (which goal was not quite realized) but is still quite an awesome sight.

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