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Edgewater, built in 1825 on the Hudson River in upstate New York, combines classical architecture with a dramatic setting to create one of the Hudson Valley's most charming river residences.
Ayr Mount, a Federal-style plantation house built in 1815 just outside historic Hillsborough, N.C. was home to William Kirkland and four generations of the Kirkland family for the next 170 years.
Roper House, built in 1838 on the recently completed High Battery, commands a sweeping view of the Charleston, South Carolina harbor.
GEORGE F. BAKER HOUSES
The George F. Baker houses comprise a block of adjoining residences owned by the Baker Family on the corner of Park Avenue and East 93rd Street in New York City, dating from 1917-1932.
Built in 1839-41, Millford Plantation is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in America and still retains most of its documented Duncan Phyfe furniture.
ESTATE CANE GARDEN
Located on a high hilltop in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, Cane Garden is a classic example of a small Palladian villa, circa 1784, featuring expansive Caribbean views.