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Love the green framing in Biltmore House.

Love the green framing in Biltmore House.

This is the hemlock grove, part of the Diana location. Biltmore Weddings - Locations - Diana at Biltmore

Biltmore Weddings - Locations - Diana at Biltmore If the South Terrace is an option, I ADORE it!

Christmas on the front lawn of the Biltmore Estates

One of my favorite garden spots to visit is Biltmore Estates in Asheville NC.

one of my favorite garden spots to visit is biltmore estates in asheville nc the, christmas decorations, gardening, seasonal holiday decor, During the evening guests are greeted with a forest of lit evergreens on the Front Lawn

Fantastic capture at the majestic Biltmore Estate!! Particularly love how the architecture and grounds are captured so harmoniously :) LOVE   Splenderosa: BILTMORE HOUSE, Asheville, North Carolina, The Vanderbilt Estate

BILTMORE HOUSE, Asheville, North Carolina, The Vanderbilt Estate

Fantastic capture at the majestic Biltmore Estate! Particularly love how the architecture and grounds are captured so harmoniously :) LOVE Splenderosa: BILTMORE HOUSE, Asheville, North Carolina, The Vanderbilt Estate

Biltmore House 2010 This bridge is seen in a scene in the movie "Last of the Mohicans."

Biltmore House 2010 This bridge is seen in a scene in the movie "Last of the Mohicans.

Everyone should see this place..so pretty  Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.

Mansions, Manors, and Grand Estates in the United States

Have you ever moved into a custom-designed new home? If you have, you know that the punch list never seems quite buttoned-up on moving day. Little details seem to linger even after the last box is unpacked—and it was no different for George Vanderbilt when he moved into Biltmore House 120 years ago this month.  	Ground was broken in 1889, and during the course of the six years that followed, Vanderbilt had been in close touch with his supervising architect Richard Sharp Smith, Biltmore house…

If you've built a home, you know that the punch list never seems quite buttoned-up on moving day. Little details seem to linger even after the last box is unpacked—and it was no different for George Vanderbilt when he moved into House 120 years ago.

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