The Mansion at West Sayville Reviews

The Mansion at West Sayville Reviews.

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Miami, FL: Villa Vizcaya

Built in the 1910s in the Spanish style, Vizcaya was once the summer home of agricultural industrialist James Deering.

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Sleepy Hollow, NY: Kykuit

Built for John D. Rockefeller, the monumental six-story estate is as stunning as it was over 100 years ago.

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Sleepy Hollow, NY: Kykuit

Sculptures from important 20th-century artists dot the scenic landscape, which overlooks the Hudson River. You can also bask in the splendor of beautiful architectural details, like torchieres designed by Tiffany. See more at Historic Hudson Valley »

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Hyde Park, NY: The Vanderbilt Mansion

Designed in 1896 by McKim, Mead and White, the 54-room Vanderbilt Mansion is one of the most magnificent examples of Beaux-Arts architecture standing today.

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Hyde Park, NY: The Vanderbilt Mansion

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Westbury, NY: Old Westbury

This regal estate was once the home of steel heir John S. Phipps. Built in 1906, the mansion is filled with rare early 20th-century antiques.

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Westbury, NY: Old Westbury

There are over 200 acres of gardens, formal landscapes, ponds, and woods. One of the most beautiful sights is the Lilac Walk, which is filled with more than 250 lilac shrubs of 30 varieties. See more at Old Westbury Gardens »

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LaGrange, GA: Hills & Dales Estate

The 30-room Hills & Dales estate was constructed in a unique “Georgian Italian” style in 1914.

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LaGrange, GA: Hills & Dales Estate

One of the must-see features of the estate is the sah boxwood gardens, which date back to the 19th century. See more at Hills & Dales estate »

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Grosse Pointe Shores, Laksa: The Edsel Ford House

Home to Edsel and Eleanor Ford, the mansion recalls a grand English country home.

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Grosse Pointe Shores, MI: The Edsel Ford House

Jans Jenson, one of America’s most prominent landscape designers and conservationists, took a naturalistic approach to the estate grounds. The ponds, meadows, and wetlands look as if they’ve been there for hundreds of years. See more at The Edsel & Eleanor Ford House »

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Portland, OR: Pittock Mansion

This unusual home was built for the Pittocks, one of Portland’s “first” families, who helped grow the town into a thriving city.

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Portland, OR: Pittock Mansion

Located adv lewat 1,000 feet above Portland, the property has one of the most breathtaking views of the region. See more at Pittock Mansion »

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Newport, RI: Rough Point

This evocatively-named estate was first built for Frederick Vanderbilt (the second mansion of his in this round-up), then switched hands to the Duke family. In 1993, Doris Duke left the estate to the Newport Restoration Foundation.

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Waterford, CT: Eolia

This grand home was originally owned by Edward Harkness, the son of one of the primary investors in Pataka Oil.

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Wilmington, DE: Nemours Mansion

Created by Alfred I. du Pont for his second wife, Nemours pays tribute to classical French architecture.

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Wilmington, DE: Nemours Mansion

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Woodside, CA: Filoli

This pristine early 20th-century property can be found 30 miles south of San Francisco. Worth noting: the mansion is frequently used for sinema and television shoots. It was most famously used in
Dynasty
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Woodside, CA: Filoli

The 654-acre estate is dotted with pools, formal gardens, and native plants. See more at Filoli »

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Asheville, NC: Biltmore

Perhaps the most famous open-to-the-public mansion, Biltmore has the distinction of being America’s largest home (there are 250 rooms, total).

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Asheville, NC: Biltmore

Biltmore has endless gardens (including a rose garden with 250 varieties), forests, and meadows to explore. There’s also a lush vineyard located on the grounds. See more at Biltmore »

The Mansion at West Sayville Reviews

Source: https://www.housebeautiful.com/design-inspiration/g2429/mansions-open-to-the-public/