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A Summer's Day at the Biltmore Estate

Having lived eight years in North Carolina, it’s a wonder that it took us moving away to finally make it a point to visit Asheville. From the moment we arrived, I regretted not having spent more time there in the first place.  1,263 more words


Sunday Evening Art Gallery Blog -- Atmosphere, Art and the Biltmore -- Part 3

George Vanderbilt’s 250-room French Renaissance chateau is a true marvel, the largest undertaking in residential architecture. Over a six-year period, an entire community of craftsmen came together to create America’s premier home and the environmental wonderland that surrounded it. 205 more words

Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge - Chairs

Cee’s subject for her Black & White Photo Challenge this week is Any Seating Including Tables & Chairs.  I discovered an ornate wrought iron chair in the greenhouse at the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina and thought it would be perfect for this challenge. 28 more words


Exclusive VIP Photos: Rolls Royce Owners Club USA Event 2016

Check Out VIP Rolls Royce USA 2016 Event Photos!

When it comes to style and luxury, it doesn’t get any more exclusive than the prestigious… 399 more words

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Off To See the Wizard (of Biltmore)

Sagittarius personality traits

Sagittarius is a fun and exciting sign. The explorer and philosopher of the zodiac, they are typically interested in new experiences, new knowledge and new places. 476 more words

America’s Largest Home

George Vanderbilt starting building his impressive home in 1889, a 250 room masterpiece inspired by the French Renaissance. In 1985, George opened Biltmore to friends and family, showcasing the four acres of floor space, 35 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms, and 65 fireplaces. 243 more words

Asheville, NC