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Deep Falls

Deep Falls is a historic home located at Chaptico, St. Marys County, Maryland, United States. It began as a one-story four-room frame house that was reportedly built in 1745. The house was apparently extensively remodeled at some time during the ...

Ellingham Hall, Norfolk

Ellingham Hall is an historic country house in the English county of Norfolk, near the town of Bungay, about 120 miles northeast of London. It is located just north of the border with Suffolk and is sometimes misdescribed as lying in that county. ...

Everett-Bradner House

The Everett-Bradner House, also known as the Bradner-Young House, is located at 156 South Street in the village of Goshen, New York. It has been a Registered Historic Place since 2004.

Font Hill Manor

Font Hill Manor is a historic slave plantation located in Ellicott City, Maryland in Howard County. The house is situated on property surveyed by Daniel Kendall as "Kendalls Delight". The building is constructed of local Granite in three sections ...

Villa di Geggiano, Castelnuovo Berardenga

The Villa di Geggiano is a neoclassical-style rural palace located on Via di Geggiano 1, in the neighborhood of Pianella of the commune of Castelnuovo Berardenga, in province of Siena, region of Tuscany, Italy.

Gore House

Gore House, built in the 1750s, with its 3-acre grounds was in Middlesex, England in a large exclave of St Margaret Westminster, Kensington Gore. Until its west wing soon became Grove House it was set apart from the east end of a row of 18th-cent ...

Gott House

The Gott House is a historic late First Period house on Gott Avenue at Gott Lane in Rockport, Massachusetts. The plank-framed gambrel-roofed cottage was built in 1702, exhibiting the transitional nature of the construction techniques used, and th ...

Graham-Brush Log House

Graham-Brush Log House is a historic home located at the hamlet of Pine Plains in the town of Pine Plains, Dutchess County, New York. It was built in about 1776 and is a two-room log structure with a wood frame lean-to on its rear elevation. It m ...

Graystone Lodge

The Graystone Lodge, also known as Hoskins-Guidice House, is a historic structure located at Bel Air, Harford County, Maryland, United States. It is a two-story stone building built about 1781, with a mid-19th century frame addition. The house is ...

Hale–Elmore–Seibels House

The Hale–Elmore–Seibels House or Seibels House is a historic building located in Columbia, South Carolina. Records of the exact year of its construction were destroyed in 1865 during the burning of the city by Union soldiers serving under General ...

Jeremiah Hart House

The Jeremiah Hart House is a historic house at The Hill in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Probably built in the late 18th century, it is a well-preserved example of a late Georgian urban residential structure. It was originally located on Deer Street ...

Hays House (Bel Air, Maryland)

The Hays House is a historic home located at 324 South Kenmore Avenue, Bel Air, Harford County, Maryland, United States. It is a frame ​ 1 ⁄ 2 -story house with a gambrel roof, likely built in 1788 with an addition in 1811. The house was moved in ...

Heath House, London

Heath House is a historic mansion on Hampstead Heath. It is Grade II* listed and located on Hampsteads North End Way in the London Borough of Camden. From 1790 Heath House was the London seat of banker and philanthropist Sir Samuel Hoare and rema ...

Hendrickson House

Hendrickson House is one of the oldest houses in the U.S. state of Delaware and one of the oldest surviving Swedish-American homes in the United States. The house was originally built in the early 18th century in Chester, Pennsylvania as the home ...

Hoffecker-Lockwood House

Hoffecker-Lockwood House, also known as "Bellevue," was a historic home located at Kenton, Kent County, Delaware. The house dated to the mid-18th century, and was a two-story, three bay, hall-and-parlor plan brick dwelling. Attached was a low, tw ...

House at 19–21 Salem Street

The House at 19–21 Salem Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts is an unusual 18th-century two-family residence. It is composed of two different houses that were conjoined c. 1795. The left house has a gabled roof and asymmetrical window placement, w ...

House at 251 Rocklyn Avenue

House at 251 Rocklyn Avenue is a historic home located at Lynbrook in Nassau County, New York. It is an L-shaped dwelling with 2-story central section, a 2-story addition to the east, and ​ 1 ⁄ 2 -story addition to the west with a 1-story rear ad ...

John Proctor House (Westford, Massachusetts)

The John Proctor House is a historic house at 218 Concord Road in Westford, Massachusetts. It is one of the oldest houses in Westford. Its main block was probably built between 1720 and 1740 by John Proctor II, although deed evidence surrounding ...

Laing House of Plainfield Plantation

Laing House of Plainfield Plantation is a historic house in Edison, Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States, built in the early 18th century when the region was being settled by Scottish Quakers in the late 17th and early 18th century, as rec ...

Monkenholt

Monkenholt is a grade II listed building in Hadley Green Road, Monken Hadley. The house was once the home of Dame Cicely Saunders, the founder of the hospice movement. In 1971, the Angry Brigade exploded two bombs outside the house while it was t ...

Mount Ararat, Richmond

The house was built in the 1740s for Thomas Warren and was originally occupied by Daniel Wray, a trustee of the British Museum. By the early 1840s it was being used by Henry Hawkes, a gentleman of independent means, and by the late 1840s it was o ...

Mount Brilliant

Mount Brilliant was purchased by John Henry in 1749. John Henry was the father of Patrick Henry and William Henry, both of whom resided at Mount Brilliant. After many years of ownership, the Henry family began referring to the property as "The Re ...

Mount Nebo (Poolesville, Maryland)

Mt. Nebo is a historic home located at Poolesville, Montgomery County, Maryland, United States. It is a large ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story gable-roofed frame dwelling constructed in three periods: the main block, dating to the second quarter of the 19th cent ...

Porch House, Nantwich

The Porch House, formerly sometimes the Porche House, is a large Georgian house, dating from the late 18th century, in Nantwich, Cheshire, England. It is listed at grade II. Located at numbers 64A and 64B on the north side of Welsh Row, it is ent ...

Old Bloomfield

Old Bloomfield is a historic home at Easton, Talbot County, Maryland, United States. It is a large and sprawling structure constructed in three major sections: a ​ 1 ⁄ 2 -story, three bay brick section with a steeply pitched roof built about 1720 ...

The Paragon, Bath

The Paragon in the Walcot area of Bath, Somerset, England is a street of Georgian houses which have been designated as listed buildings. It was designed by Thomas Warr Attwood. It now forms part of the A4. Numbers 1 to 21 are 3 storey houses with ...

Peter and Oliver Tufts House

The Peter and Oliver Tufts House is a historic house at 78 Sycamore Street in Somerville, Massachusetts. Built about 1714, it is one of the oldest houses in the citys Winter Hill neighborhood, and was owned in the 19th century by members of the T ...

Peter P. Post House

The Peter P. Post House is an historic home in Woodcliff Lake, in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. The house was built in the 18th century, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 10, 1983. The Peter P. Post ...

The Rookery, Nantwich

The Rookery, or 125 Hospital Street, is a substantial Georgian townhouse in Nantwich, Cheshire, England. It is located at the end of Hospital Street, on the north side, at the junction with Millstone Lane. The existing building dates from the mid ...

Palazzo Rossi, Pistoia

The Palazzo Rossi is a former aristocratic palace located at Via Rossi in central Pistoia, Tuscany, Italy. The palace now serves in part to house collections and offices of the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Pistoia e Pescia.

Obadiah Smith House

Obadiah Smith House is a historic home located at Kings Park in Suffolk County, New York. It was built about 1708 and is a two-story, heavy timber frame, five-bay center entrance dwelling, with a side gable roof and interior end chimneys. It is o ...

The Speakers House

The Speakers House is a museum located in Trappe, in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania that preserves the home of Frederick Muhlenberg, the First and Third Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. The house was built in 1763, bought b ...

Speedwell Castle

Speedwell Castle is a mid-18th-century house at the centre of Brewood, Staffordshire, between Wolverhampton and Stafford. Described by Pevsner as a "peach" and a "delectable folly", it stands beside the village market place, at the head of a T-ju ...

Standen House

Standen House is an English country house located 1 mile south of Newport, Isle of Wight. The 18th-century house has a brick front and features seven-bay windows, a porch with Doric columns, and triglyph frieze. Made of brick, it is located at th ...

John Wright Stanly House

The John Wright Stanly House is a historic home located at New Bern, Craven County, North Carolina. It was probably designed by John Hawks and built about 1779. It is a two-story, five bay, central hall plan Georgian style frame dwelling. It has ...

Terneur-Hutton House

Terneur-Hutton House is a historic home located at West Nyack in Rockland County, New York. It was built about 1731 and is a ​ 1 ⁄ 2 -story dwelling in the Dutch Colonial style. The first floor is constructed of sandstone, with painted shingles a ...

Villa Torneamento

The Villa Torneamento is a historical building in Monza, northern Italy, in the Taccona Street, in the northern suburbs of the city, in the district of San Fruttuoso. It is 400 metres from the residential district of Triante. Known as The Castle ...

Whidden-Ward House

The Whidden-Ward House is a historic house at 411 High Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Probably built in the late 1720s, it is a well-preserved example of Georgian architecture. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places ...

Willow Grove (Greensboro, Maryland)

Willow Grove is a historic home located at Greensboro, Caroline County, Maryland, United States. It is one of the few Georgian-style houses in Caroline County that were constructed between 1780 and 1790. It is a two-story brick house covered with ...

Wyck House

The Wyck House, also called the Haines House and the Hans Millan House, is a historic mansion, museum, garden, and home farm at 6026 Germantown Avenue in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was recognized as a National Histor ...

2–8a Rutland Gate

2–8a Rutland Gate is a large terraced house on Rutland Gate overlooking Hyde Park, London. It was formerly four houses and built as 2 Rutland Gate and 4–8a Rutland Gate, but the houses were converted into a single property.

84 Brook Green

84 Brook Green is a building at 84 Brook Green, Hammersmith, London, W6 7BD. The house dates from the mid-19th century. It was both the workplace of the Silver Studio and the Silver family.

John Arnold House (Paint Lick, Kentucky)

The John Arnold House, located off Kentucky Route 1295 in Garrard County, Kentucky, near Paint Lick, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It is a one-and-a-half-story three-bay central passage plan dry stone house built ...

Athlone House

Athlone House, formerly known as Caen Wood Towers, is a large Victorian house in Highgate, London, England. Built c.1872, and until the early 1940s the residence of several important industrialists, it is now in a state of disrepair and awaiting ...

Burnside Plantation House

Burnside Plantation House is a historic plantation house located near Williamsboro, Vance County, North Carolina. It was built about 1800 and remodeled before 1824. It is a two-story, five bay, Federal style frame dwelling. It is sheathed weather ...

Chateau dAutet

Chateau dAutet is a chateau located in the Luberon hills of the commune of Viens in the Vaucluse department, Provence-Alpes-Cote dAzur, France. The chateau lies approximately 3 kilometres to the northeast of the village of Gignac, and roughly 85 ...

Cherkley Court

Cherkley Court, at the extreme southeast of Leatherhead, Surrey, in England, is a late Victorian neo-classical mansion and estate of 370 acres, once the home of Canadian-born press baron Lord Beaverbrook. The main house is listed Grade II on the ...

I. N. Debenham House

The I. N. Debenham House is a private house located at 1101 Emmet Street in Petoskey, Michigan. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The I. N. Debenham House is a 2-1/2 story frame Queen Anne structure with multiple ...

Forbes House, Belgravia

It was built in the early-mid 19th century, and was originally called Mortimer House after Edward Harley, 3rd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, for whom the house was built. It is named after Bernard Forbes, 8th Earl of Granard and his wife Beatr ...

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